Fermented Foods


Fermented Papaya Boosts Immunity and Detoxification

Fermented papaya is a delicious way to boost immunity and detoxification within the body. This is the conclusion of multiple research studies over the past decade.

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Drink to health with Kombucha

Kombucha, more known to the Chinese as 'Tea of Immortality' has been dubbed 'The Wonder Drink' because of its health benefits and medicinal qualities. With more literature being published regarding its effectiveness in weight management, immune system enhancement as well as its role in improving digestion, boosting energy, protecting hair and teeth, and battling certain types of cancer, the fondness for this drink is growing.

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Five foods that work miracles on digestive problems

Whether you have been diagnosed with a digestive disease or not, chances are you are suffering from some type of intestinal distress. We have wandered a long way away from clean, unprocessed, and live foods. The resulting deficiency has left our guts raw and inflamed - a precursor to all sorts of diseases (many of them autoimmune).

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'Poor man's' heavy metal detox - boost health without breaking the bank

Living in an increasingly toxic world, we're hard-pressed to keep health in top form - even when we adopt an ultra-clean diet. As a rule of thumb, extra help is needed now and again to clear out accumulated environmental toxins. Be that as it may, intensive juice fast retreats or pricey detoxification protocols are oftentimes out of reach financially for many. It can be downright frustrating.

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