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Fermented Food

Description: Fermentation is a process by which naturally occurring enzymes or bacteria break down complex organic molecules into simpler nutrients that our bodies can assimilate more easily. Fermentation gives us many of our most basic…

Fermented Foods

Fermented foods are foods processed with enzymes from bacteria, yeast and molds that create gradual beneficial chemical changes in the structure of the foods. Fermented foods can aid in digestion and can balance healthy flora in the gut.…

Fermented and Cultured Foods

Did you know that some of our favorite foods such as bread and cheese, chocolate, coffee, wine, and beer, are fermented? Food has been fermented as a way to make it more digestible and nutritious for thousands of years. Most foods can be…

Organic Fermented Vegetables (Kimchi)

Timeframe: 1 week Ingredients (for one quart): Use organic ingredients please Sea salt 1 pound Chinese cabbage (napa or bok choy) 1 daikon radish or a few red radishes 1 to 2 carrots 1 to 2 onions and/or leeks, scallions, shallots 3 to 4…

YES Foods, a guide of what to eat

Please buy organic foods during cleansing, whenever possible. This allows you to minimize the intake of new toxins and chemicals while you are releasing old toxins and candida. Include the following foods in your diet with unabashed…

Foods to Eat and Foods to Avoid

The Candida Cleanse is a vegetable-based diet, which offers an abundant selection of powerful healing foods. You should not experience hunger with this or any well thought-out cleansing diet; yet, you may go through a period of withdrawal…

Candida and Gut Health

It all starts in your gut. Candida albicans is a naturally-occurring yeast that is present in everyone's gut. In healthy people, Candida is kept under control by a balanced whole foods diet and lifestyle, healthy immune system and a…

Acid and Alkaline

Chapters in this section: The pH Test Procedure Acid and Alkaline The Urine pH Test The Saliva pH Test The pH Scale pH is the value given to indicate the acidity or alkalinity of a substance. The pH scale of values runs from 0 to 14. A…