The ONE THING to Transform Your Health [and Meals]
Join the revolution that is sweeping the nation.
One of the hot topics in nutrition and food circles today is fermented foods with not only their numerous health benefits but also how they add zing and zest to a meal. They are fast becoming a staple food on the menus of trendy restaurants for the ease in which they revive old-hat side dishes.
Kimchi Carnitas Fries anyone? Customers, ranging from hipsters to Viennese 100-year-olds can’t get enough of these dishes, says one chef.
“Why it’s good for you: Sauerkraut is fermented cabbage that contains fiber and multiple vitamins that make it a good addition to your dinner plate. Sauerkraut is a good source of iron, manganese, copper, sodium, magnesium, and calcium. Not to mention it contributes a moderate amount of protein to your diet. Like other fermented foods, sauerkraut contains probiotics that benefit the gut and digestion.”
- The 50 (New) Healthiest Food of All Time (Alexandra Sifferlin, www.time.com November 23, 2015)
“Many cooks are interested in revisiting forgotten skills and fermentation falls into this category,” Pike (author of Fermented) says. “It has largely been forgotten by Western culture over the past 50-100 years as food production has become more industrialised. There is also a greater interest in healthy foods and fermented foods are very nutritious. They are a rich source of beneficial bacteria and nutrients that our diets often lack.”
- Fermented Food: Join the Kimchi, Kombucha and Sauerkraut Craze (Richard Godwin, www.theaustralian.com.au September 2, 2015)
“From food trucks to fine dining, fermented foods – like Kimchi, sauerkraut and miso – are appearing on menus around town. Not only do these foods pack bold flavors, they’re good for our bodies as well.”
- Fermented to Be. How Good Bacteria is Good for Your Gut (Rebecca Kirkman, www.baltimoremagazine.net March 12, 2015)
Want to improve your health with fermented foods?
Start simple and master ONE THING… Sauerkraut! Learning to make sauerkraut is perfect for your first foray into fermented foods. It is simple to make. No fancy jars required. No expensive equipment. Just cabbage, salt and time, which can be as little as 7 days!
And, with its depth of flavor and ease in which it can be added to a meal, you’ll be enjoying its benefits in no time.
Use The SureFire Sauerkraut Recipe Collection to make this popular fermented food that can:
- Ease digestive problems and eliminate gas and beat bloating.
- Enhance your immune system and increase your energy levels.
- Awaken your taste buds with the depth of flavor found in fermented foods.
- Boost your mood by boosting the health of your gut.
- Help you consume 20 times more bioavailable Vitamin C in fermented cabbage, than in the same helping of fresh cabbage.
- Inexpensively add gut-friendly probiotics – “good” bacteria – to your diet.
- Improve skin conditions – such as acne, eczema and psoriasis – by improving the health of your gut.