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How do I add sauerkraut to my diet?

This is one of our favorite questions! There are many ways to enjoy this powerful superfood. Probiotics are good for our gut. So, we recommend eating a little on purpose every day. Grab a fork and eat it out of the jar or add it to your favorite dishes.

Our recommendation is to eat a little bit on purpose every day. It is helpful for us to get a daily dose of probiotics for the good of our gut. Personally, we eat a little bit right out of the jar with a fork with or without other food, a couple times per day.That said, we love to add sauerkraut as a side to other dishes.

Here are a few ways you can liven up your foods:

• Breakfast: Mix into scrambled eggs, build into a breakfast burrito or sandwich, or blended in your favorite green smoothie.
• Lunch: Top a salad (egg, potato, or fresh veggies – it makes an excellent dressing), fold into a wrap, snazz-up a stir-fry.
• Dinner: Pile it on your protein of choice or dress-up a side dish.
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Why should I eat fermented foods?

You can, but we don’t recommend it. Our kraut is fermented raw - not pasteurized – and considered a “live” food with healthy enzymes and bacteria that benefit your gut. Heating your kraut will compromise these live elements. But don’t hesitate to add it to warm foods. Just be sure to add it at the end of the cooking process. estion improves all aspects of our health.
Fermented foods have an abundance of probiotics (good bacteria), which feed the naturally existing friendly probiotics in our digestive tracts and keep them multiplying. They’re rich in fiber, vitamins, and essential trace minerals. Probiotics assist our body with digestion and the absorption and availability of their nutrients. Certain strains of bacteria only come from fermented foods.
Stress, pollution, and diets high in sugar and processed foods wreak havoc on our bodies. And there are certain medications (antibiotics and even birth control pills) that disrupt the balance of good bacteria in our gut. Fermented foods restore law and order to our microbiome and help us live happier, healthier lives.

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