What about probiotics

The world of probiotics


There has been much discussion on probiotics and what benefits they can provide for our health. I was approached with questions the other day about probiotics and what my thoughts were on them. Another question was asked about probiotics and people with dairy sensitivities example what options were even available to them.
I know this I thought, and realized others had heard about them but did not know what direction to go even where to start. I decided to write and explain the differences and options available to take some of the stress out of deciding whats best for you. First off is why are you taking them? It helps direct which method is best for you. Part I need to explain is the misconception of when you are to take them to benefit your body most. Do not take probiotics on an empty stomach. Probiotics are made to work and help you digest so they are to be taken with food. Depending on your needs you may need to take them with every meal. You can decide as you start what works best for you. Probiotics are helpful bacterial “bugs” that live and work within your intestines. So many times the level of helpful bacteria is reduced in the gut due to taking antibiotics, which destroy them or stress can be a factor that affects them as well. Viruses that wreak havoc on the bowels can also be a large contributor to the destruction to this very important bacteria. The disruption in this bacteria can cause a mess in the human body. Our gut health is largest contributor to our overall health.

Did you know if you have a dairy or lactose intolerance there are probiotics available to you? Natures bounty offers a dairy free alternative https://www.naturesbounty.com/our-products/specialty/diet-supplements/probiotic-gummies-60-gummies/
The best ways are homemade but there are so many store bought options as well.

Fermented Foods Help You:

1.  Improve the Health of Your Digestive System

2.  Strengthen Your Immune System

3.  Detoxify Your Body from Dangerous Chemicals

4.  Maximize Nutrient Absorption

5.  Reduce Inflammation Throughout Your Body

 

 

Traditional Fermented Foods
Sauerkraut is made by fermenting cabbage often times in vinegar. Raw cabbage naturally has probiotics and enzymes that are exponentially multiplied during the fermentation period. Fresh (not canned) sauerkraut is a fantastic source of living enzymes and active lactobacillus and pediococcus strains of probiotics.
Kimchii is most commonly made with Chinese cabbages. There are many other variations of kimchii using cucumbers, eggplants, leeks, radishes, & other seasonal veggies. Often times these are prepared with a combination of fermented veggies that give it unique antioxidants, live enzymes and the special organism lactobacillus kimchii among others
Fermented soy comes in three major forms: miso, tempeh & natto. Miso and tempeh often incorporate brown rice and barley fermentation with two unique probiotic yeast species. These yeasts enhance the bioavailability of the amino acids and produce high amounts of B vitamins. The bacillus subtilis bacterium is used to produce natto which is rich in proteolytic enzymes and vitamin K2
Raw, Fermented Dairy:
Almost every region had their own fermented raw dairy products. The Bulgarians at yogurt, the Indians ate Lassi, the Africans had Amasi, and the Eastern Russia/Slovakia areas had kefir to name a few. Each of these dairy products were fermented with lactic acid based bacteria such as Lactobacillus, Lactococcus and Leuconostoc among others.
These raw, fermented dairy products share many of the same bacterial strains. In particular, the lactic acid based lactobacillus family of bulgaricus, kefir, parakefir, brevis, casei, etc. It also provides a variety of healthy yeast saccharomyces species. These include saccharomyces unisporus, turicensis, cerevisiae, & exiguous .
Finally, these dairy products contain one of the most potent probiotic strains, bacillus coagulans. This combination of probiotic organisms’ work in synergy to repair and protect the gut and destroy even the harshest of opportunistic organisms such as the Candida yeast species.

Top 10 Best Fermented Foods to Heal Your Gut
Every Culture Has Fermented Foods:
Every culture around the world had their own unique fermented foods. The Europeans used cabbage, beets and cucumbers to make foods like sauerkraut, kvass and pickles. The Koreans made a spiced fermented cabbage they called kimchi.
The Asians fermented soy to form products such as tempeh, miso and natto. They also created a fermented drink called Kombucha. Many different cultures also made their own fermented sourdough style breads.

 

Raw, Fermented Dairy:
Almost every region had their own fermented raw dairy products. The Bulgarians at yogurt, the Indians ate Lassi, the Africans had Amasi, and the Eastern Russia/Slovakia areas had kefir to name a few. Each of these dairy products were fermented with lactic acid based bacteria such as Lactobacillus, Lactococcus and Leuconostoc among others.
These raw, fermented dairy products share many of the same bacterial strains. In particular, the lactic acid based lactobacillus family of bulgaricus, kefir, parakefir, brevis, casei, etc. It also provides a variety of healthy yeast saccharomyces species. These include saccharomyces unisporus, turicensis, cerevisiae, & exiguous .
Finally, these dairy products contain one of the most potent probiotic strains, bacillus coagulans. This combination of probiotic organisms’ work in synergy to repair and protect the gut and destroy even the harshest of opportunistic organisms such as the Candida yeast species.

Best Fermented Foods to Consume:
This list is no particular order, these are all beneficial to the microbiome when they are properly prepared and consumed in their optimal state. If any of these smell rotten or have visable mold, than discard the areas that stink or have the mold.
Begin by consuming 1-2 tablespoons daily and you can gradually increase, adding 1 tablespoon more each week. Overtime you may be able to consume 1 cup of fermented foods at a time, but don’t begin your plan like this or you may experience serious diarrhea!
Here is the List:
1. Sauerkraut:
2. Kimchii
3. Fermented Ginger
4. Grass-Fed Yogurt, Kefir or Amasai
5. Grass-fed Cheese
6. Beet Kvass
7. Natural Pickles
8. Fermented Assorted Veggies
9. Coconut Milk Yogurt & Kefir
10. Fermented Soy – Natto & Tempeh

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