5 Fermented Dishes For A Healthy Gut

Food rich in probiotics can definitely help you have a healthier gut and hence, a healthier life.

Probiotics are only found in certain types of food and the bacteria contained in them will help you boost your immune system, improve digestion and promote a healthy weight too.

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Read on because these five dishes have the fermented bacteria you need for that tummy.

Kimchi

Kimchi

Kimchi is not only a delicious Korean cuisine dish but is also one of the foods in the world with the highest concentration of probiotics.

It is a spicy dish made of fermented cabbage that you can eat on the side of your dish.

Also, you can put it on top of a good plate of steamed rice or pasta.

If you want to get a better taste of it, you can eat it on top of a burger or maybe inside some Mexican tacos.

Kombucha

This effervescent tea is very rich in good bacteria. It might come to you in black or green color and often flavored with fruits or herbs to make it tastier.

It is not a difficult dish to find and generally in grocery stores and natural farms they will have some available to offer you.

It is a little sour at times, and it might contain some alcohol due to the fermentation; the concentration can go from 0.5 to 3%.

Miso

Miso

With miso a little bit goes a long way and you should definitely take care of that because it is high in sodium too. The fermented paste is usually made of rice, soybeans or barley.

If you like tumami flavors on your food, then just a little touch of miso and you´ll be in culinary heaven.

It is very common to find miso in salad dressings, soups and marinades. Miso is the perfect fermented combination to add flavor to your food while being gut-healthy.

Yogurt

What to say about yogurt that you don´t know already? It is made of fermented milk, of course and it contains a lot of probiotics (100 million cultures in each yogurt gram).

You can find some newer versions of yogurt that are exclusive for vegan and don´t contain any dairy.

For those with lactose intolerance, probiotics help you digest it, so eat it confidently.

Tempeh

Tempeh

There is a big similarity between tempeh and tofu. People sometime mistake one for the other.

Tempeh is made of fermented soybeans and it differs from tofu in the natural fermentation process

Another difference is in texture and flavor because it is nuttier in flavor and firmer in texture than tofu.

Tempeh is not only good for your gut because of the probiotics; it also contains all amino acids, making it a perfect vegetarian source of protein. It doesn´t get much better than that.

Conclusion

Including these dishes in your everyday food might help you improve your life quality a lot. Sometimes making small changes in our eating habits might have a huge effect on our lives.

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