Farting Flora & Fermented Foods





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Published on Sep 17, 2014

Do you suffer from Farty Gut Problems ? If Constipation, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Gas & Bloating are an issue for you, then adding Fermented Foods into your diet, daily will assist you in resolving this problem.
Sauerkraut, Kimchi and other Fermented foods are essential to re-establish Healthy Gut Flora.

How to Make Fermented Vegetables http://youtu.be/8WSjS_SWIoA

Mangoes Fresh Fermented and Dried http://youtu.be/BkzDuMGrcGY

Fermented Foods Fun with Kimchi http://youtu.be/ZRiknZnLJ1Y

Moldy Fermented Foods http://youtu.be/pHoL1aKlS3U

How Long Do Vegetables Need to Ferment ? http://youtu.be/Z9PZPvac7n8 Your digestive tract is probably the most underappreciated system of your body, often ignored until its screams of discontent become loud enough to grab your attention. By the time your gut reaches this degree of disgruntlement, the problems have usually been developing for months — or years — and are challenging to resolve. Instead of waiting for obvious signs of a problem, why not perform some regular “gut maintenance” that will lessen your chances of developing a problem in the first place? Your gut is much more than a food processing tube — it houses about 85 percent of your immune system. This is in large part due to the 100 trillion bacteria that live there, both good and bad that can stimulate secretory IgA to nourish your immune response. When your GI tract is not working well, a wide range of health problems can appear, including allergies and autoimmune diseases. If you suffer from any major illness, you simply will NOT be able to fully recuperate without healing and sealing your gut. Balancing the menagerie of microorganisms that occupy your GI tract is a key part of maintaining your immune health, which will be the focus of this article. Your stomach is where digestion really gets rolling, with the introduction of more enzymes and a whole lot of acid. Fortunately, your stomach is uniquely designed for this process, as it is SO acidic. Its lining must actually regenerate at a feverish pace — just to keep up with the continuous digestion of itself! You require a brand new stomach lining every few days.


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