Emergency Food Storage

Gut Health and the Benefits of Traditional Fermented Foods

foods produce numerous unknown compounds that destroy and inhibit the growth of pathogenic bacteria. Many pathogenic forms of bacteria are sensitive to acidic environments. This is true of both cholera and typhoid. In the early 1950s, during an epidemic of typhoid fever in Europe, reports emerged showing…

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Side Effects of Sugar: A Heart and Brain Destroyer

…This triggers hunger, cravings, and higher consumption of foods that contain sugar and refined carbohydrates. The result is weight gain, resulting in greater risk of heart disease, diabetes, and certain cancers. “Type 3 Diabetes” Emerging research also strongly suggests that sugar is linked to one…

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