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Foods containing high amounts of good quality bacteria – probiotic bacteria, have been show to not only boost your mood, but also reduce inflammation in your body and boost your immune system. Where can you find these special foods? Watch this video now and find out what are the best sources of these good quality bacteria.

Fermented Foods To Reduce Inflammation & Boost Your Mood

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Fermented foods are full of good bacteria/probiotics and a variety of other nutrients.

Probiotics boost your mood and energy levels, reduce inflammation, and support a healthy immune system.

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Approximately 80 percent of your body’s immune system is located in your digestive tract and is heavily influenced by the bacteria living there.

The healthiest fermented foods include;

Kombucha: Kombucha is made from a SCOBY (symbiotic colony of bacteria and yeast) mixed with sweetened black or green tea producing natural organic acids, B vitamins, and probiotic bacteria as a result.

Kimchi: This Korean favorite is one of the best sources of probiotics is made by fermenting vegetables, specifically cabbage, with probiotic lactic acid bacteria.

Kefir: Kefir is made by fermenting milk using kefir grains and has a larger variety of beneficial probiotics compared to yogurt, promoting healthy digestion and microbiome health.

Sauerkraut: In addition to its digestive health benefits, is a great source of fiber along with immune-boosting vitamin C and bone-building vitamin K.

Yogurt: Yogurt not only increases the number of good bacteria strains in the gut, but is also high in protein and calcium, which makes it a wise choice for maintaining balanced blood sugar and boosting bone health.

Not only are fermented foods delicious, they are also an important part of a healthy diet.

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