Do you feel like your body isn’t in peak shape? Is your quality of life compromised by an inflammation-related health problem such as irritable bowel syndrome, depression, acne vulgaris, inflammatory bowel disease, chronic fatigue, type-1 diabetes, or obesity? If so, then chances are your gut is in a sorry state and is largely to blame for your troubles. In order to remedy the situation, you need to take steps to improve your intestinal health. This eBook can help you do just that by providing you with information about how you, in the best manner possible, can employ fermented vegetables to heal your gut.
A few words about Heal Your Gut With Fermented Vegetables
The eBook is written by Eirik Garnas, the creator of Darwinian-Medicine.com. Eirik has long been interested in gut health and the therapeutic potential of fermented foods and was responsible for carrying out the first-ever clinical trial assessing the efficacy of fermented vegetables in the treatment of irritable bowel syndrome.
In this guide, he’s gathered and consolidated his knowledge and experience on the matter. The eBook is unique in that it’s very descriptive, covering pretty much everything you need to know about how to use fermented vegetables to heal a damaged gut. In addition to containing general information about fermented vegetables and the human microbiome, it includes a FAQ section that can help you refine your gut healing program and effectively tackle various obstacles and challenges you may face if you start making your own fermented vegetables at home.
A sneak peek of the eBook
Here’s a teaser as to what this eBook is all about…
An overview of the content of the eBook
- Your microbiome
- The therapeutic potential of fermented vegetables
- Sauerkraut – Basic recipe
- Mixed varieties
- What kind of equipment do I need?
- Does the fermentation container have to be completely airtight?
- Does everything, with the exception of the vegetables, have to be “sterile”?
- Should I throw out the vegetables if they become infested with mold?
- Do I have to use organic vegetables?
- Should I use a starter culture?
- How much salt should I use?
- Can’t I just buy fermented vegetables at a store, instead of making some myself?
- How many different varieties should I make?
- Should the vegetables be covered in brine?
- What should the temperature be in the room where I ferment the vegetables?
- How long do fermented vegetables last in the refrigerator?
- How long should I let the vegetables ferment?
- How much should I eat?
- Will I feel worse before I get better?
- Do I have to continue eating fermented vegetables indefinitely?
- Can’t I just eat yoghurt?
- Can’t I just take a probiotic supplement?
- What kinds of bacteria are found in fermented vegetables?
- Will fermented vegetables heal my gut?