How To Get Fermented Foods Into Your Diet Every Day

You'll benefit from eating a daily forkful of fermented foods; here are 7 ways to make it happen.

November 7, 2016
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Here's an excellent strategy for rebuilding and maintaining healthy gut bacteria: The foods themselves supply and produce probiotic bacteria that are then introduced into your digestive tract. Fermented foods should be sold in airtight containers or purchased fresh at an olive bar in the grocery store, as this type of storage allows the vegetables to ferment without producing mold that can trigger histamines that some people react to (including rashes, digestive upset, and inflammation). Here are some good choices to add to your diet.

Related: 5 Gut Mistakes You Don't Know You're Making

This article was originally published by our partners at Rodale Wellness.

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Coconut Kefir
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Naturally Fermented Pickles

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Kimchi
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Kombucha
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Olives
 
 
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Pickled Ginger
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Sauerkraut

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