Health Benefits of Pickles
Remember that ceramic containers filled with soon-to-be-devoured pickles, covered with cloth, loaded with oil and salt and kept in a particular corner of the kitchen that gets just the right amount of sunlight? Sorry if the oil and salt turned you off!
Also, sincere apologies from Butter and Butts on your grandmother’s behalf, for not labeling the ceramic container as “The Best Fat Burner”.
Yes! Pickles accelerate the fat burning process and help you lose weight.
Oh and that’s not it. Pickles are loaded with lactobacilli bacteria. It displaces bad bacteria in your gut and thereby eases bloating, gas, diarrhea, constipation and other digestive issues.
Pickles loaded with good bacteria, high on fiber; aid the digestion of grains and vegetables. Hello happy intestines!
So the solution to all the stress that you’ve been taking and the issues you’ve been facing while sitting on the shit pot every day is the stuff inside this ceramic container.
Following are the benefits of Pickles/Probiotics:
- Nourish the gut lining with healthy bacteria
- Revs up your metabolism
- Make you leave the loo with a happy face. Thanks to the digestive enzymes.
- Make your immune system stronger
- High on vitamins, especially Vitamin B and K2
- Promote mineral absorption, including iron
- Generate anti-carcinogens
Eat what your grandma gave you!
Though my mom prepares pickles for me, mostly, here one of my favourite recipes from a favourite blogger: http://bit.ly/2lYqy6M
Here’s what you should know about fermentation: Fermentation, also known as lacto-fermentation is a natural process by which the starches and sugars in fruits & vegetables are chemically broken down by naturally occurring bacteria and converted into lactic acid. Lactic acid is also a natural preservative. These chemical changes produce super foods have remarkable health benefits.
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