Fermented Yeast

How to Make Your Own Fermented Vegetables

Lactic acid yeast promotes growth of the good intestinal bacteria and can be found in abundance in fermented and cultured foods. These foods which are naturally rich in probiotics, enzymes, vitamins and minerals are essential to maintaining digestive health which affects one’s wellbeing overall. Although…

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The Best Probiotic Foods for Digestive Relief

…created by combining kefir grains, colonies of yeast and bacteria that look like clumps of rice, with milk. * Non-Dairy Fermented Foods: If you need to avoid dairy, try some unpasteurized sauerkraut, pickled beets, Korean kimchi, miso or even naturally fermented and unpasteurized beer with your meal from…

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Digestive Diet Tip: Make Your Own Sauerkraut

…don’t even have to leave your house. You can easily make your own lactic acid-fermented cabbage and other vegetables right at home. There are several books currently in print on the subject of lactic acid-fermentation as a method of preserving food. However, some are quite complicated and intimidating…

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The Health Benefits of Whey

…immunoglobulins, lactoferrin, lactoferricin, sphingolipids, lactoperoxidase, and glycomacropeptides—can inhibit the growth of a wide range of bacteria, fungi, yeast, and protozoa. In particular, lactoferrin has been shown to stop the growth of two pathogens commonly associated with food poisoning: E. coli and Listeria…

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The Whey to Good Health

…immunoglobulins, lactoferrin, lactoferricin, sphingolipids, lactoperoxidase, and glycomacropeptides—can inhibit the growth of a wide range of bacteria, fungi, yeast, and protozoa. In particular, lactoferrin has been shown to stop the growth of two pathogens commonly associated with food poisoning: E. coli and Listeria…

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