Veggies

    
    
     Everyone knows that getting your daily dose of fruits and vegetables is a key factor maintaining overall health and wellness, but did you know that eating pickled and fermented veggies offers its own host of benefits? This preservation process prolongs the life of your food, but it also encourages the growth of lactobacilli, and other beneficial bacteria. Your body naturally contains different strains of good and bad bacteria whose levels are a good indication of the health of your digestive tract. Eating pickled and fermented vegetables encourages the growth of good bacteria and helps control bad bacteria, making food easier to digest. It doesn’t hurt that products like kimchee and fermented carrots are also delicious.     

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