How Fermented Foods Work on the Weight When you start down the path of adding fermented foods to your daily routine, you may hear that the foods will help with weight loss. What you may not know is how much they may help with your weight loss, how they actually work, and what you need to do to get the most benefits to your weight loss journey. Here are some ways that fermented foods can help you on your specific weight loss journey. Removing Digestive Blockages The first way that fermented foods help with weight loss is by removing digestive blockages in your path. ThisRead More →

Yes, you can get it off the shelf The truth is that most people will want to add fermented foods to their diets for the sake of weight loss or digestive health. The second half of that truth is that most of those people, including you probably, will not have the time or the inclination to ferment their own foods. This leads you to using store bought fermented foods from local health food stores or general grocery stores. If this sounds like your situation, then you may be wondering what foods to start with. Here are a few to consider and why. Kefir Kefir isRead More →

Fermented foods generally bring to mind foods like kimchi or sauerkraut. In fact, many people do not know there are many more fermented foods available. They may also not know there are different types of fermented foods out there. In other words, you don’t have to be limited to cabbage fermentation. Here are a few of the fermented food types and what you should know about each one. Yogurt Fermented raw milk is one of the most common and popular of the fermented food types. In fact, many people don’t think of yogurt as a fermented food at all, but it is. Yogurt starts offRead More →

 Just because it says healthy… Do you think these root vegetable chips are good for you? While these are marketed as a healthy snack option, the nutrition label reveals the ugly truth: They’re basically potato chips in disguise–they contain fats that are not meant to be heated in high heat which turns rancid. Acrylomide, the byproduct of frying hydrogenated oil and starch, has been shown to cause cancer. I love making wholesome sweet potato fries by baking them with coconut oil.Read More →