Eat your Way to Better Health with Foods Fermented in Glass
Probiotics - good bacteria that live in your gut - are widely acknowledged for their ability to improve immunity and according to clinical nutritionist Desi Horsman, are the key to a healthy gut and a happy brain. Adding to this she says they have also been shown to encourage weight loss, reduce anxiety, and help with a wide variety of other conditions and illnesses. "While research is still emerging on just how important these mighty microbes might be for our health, initial studies show great promise. The good news is that naturally fermented foods are a great source of supportive probiotics and can effortlessly be made at home - from sauerkraut and miso, to pickled cucumbers, beetroot, and Kimchi."