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Outsmart Infections, Candida & SIBO With The Healing Power of At-Home Fermentation
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Does any of this sound like you?
- You’re grappling with persistent infections, Candida overgrowth, or SIBO, and traditional methods aren’t bringing the relief you need
- You’re eager to harness the power of probiotics through homemade fermented foods, but the process seems daunting or confusing
- You’re overwhelmed by conflicting health advice and yearn for a clear, guided approach to improving your gut health
- Despite numerous diets and wellness plans, digestive issues continue to affect your quality of life
- And, you’re interested in probiotics and want to create your own probiotic-rich foods, but don’t know where to start…
If you can say YES to any of these, you’re in the right place!
If you’re serious about getting rid of chronic infection, building more energy, living pain-free, rebalancing hormonal shifts, having a healthy pregnancy, losing weight, or improving your mood…
It all starts with a probiotic-rich diet.
In 2001 the World Health Organization defined probiotics as, “live microorganisms which, when administered in adequate amounts, confer a health benefit on the host.” Probiotics are found in food, in supplements, and they are even prescribed by physicians..
But you might be wondering, is one form of probiotic better than another?
And the answer is… yes.
A recent 2012 study published in the Journal of Dairy Science shows that microbes have a better chance of surviving the harsh environment of the stomach when they are consumed as food—rather than as a probiotic supplement.
And we at Body Ecology agree.
Cultured dairy and veggies provide a protective matrix for microbes, so that they can safely colonize the lower end of the digestive tract…
That’s why for decades, I’ve touted the incredible benefits of a probiotic diet FIRST, rather than a probiotic pill.
Still, we know that a probiotic is far more complicated than a pill (although, not more complicated than dealing with sickness!)…
Which is why we’ve decided to put together a seriously simple, step-by-step course showing you exactly how to ferment the RIGHT way at home, and get your most important questions answered!
Here’s even more science for you…
In 2008 the National Institutes of Health launched the Human Microbiome Project (HMP), which has helped scientists identify and keep track of the microbes that we harbor — in other words, our “microbiome”
But what is the human microbiome?
The microbiome refers to the communities of microbes living in and on the body. In other words, the microbiome is your inner ecosystem.
With each passing year since 2008, we see new and exciting data that reveal just how much we rely on our microbes for health and wellbeing.
Your gut microbes influence everything from your brain and your immune system to extra weight around the midsection and skin disorders!
Because I have held a genuine interest in probiotic foods and the inner ecosystem for nearly three decades, I’ve kept my fingers on the pulse of the HMP and on the growing science surrounding the human inner ecosystem…
And I’m optimistic that we’re going to see some BIG changes in our healthcare options because of it!
But until that happens, it’s up to us to make sure we get enough fermented foods in our diet — and the best way to do that is to make them from scratch at home!
Why the BE Cultured approach to fermentation is different (and safer than other methods!)
If you do a little digging, you will find a lot of information about fermentation and wild ferments, which advocate the use of whey, kombucha, kefir grains, or a salt brine when making fermented foods.
We suggest something very different.
At Body Ecology, we encourage the use of a strain-specific starter because we understand that not everyone can tolerate wild ferments. We understand that many people come to the Body Ecology Diet with a wounded gut, searching for help and for answers.
Many people have a history of:
- Antibiotic use
- Oral contraceptive use
- Cesarean section delivery
- Being formula-fed through infancy
- Eating overly processed or synthetic foods
Each one of these factors can distort the balance of the inner ecosystem, leaving the body vulnerable to infection, inflammation, and disease. The reality is that the modern human gut cannot tolerate wild ferments.
A wild ferment might work for those who have a robust inner ecosystem. However, anyone struggling with an autoimmune disorder, stubborn weight loss, a mood or behavioral imbalance, a skin disorder, joint pain, heartburn, gastrointestinal distress, or Candida infection will need to use a strain-specific starter culture.
Using a starter culture that contains specific strains of beneficial microbes leaves little room for error or contamination.
In fact, researchers at Justus Liebig University in Giessen, Germany found that a homemade brew of the popular drink kombucha contained wild strains of Candida albicans.
This is the same yeast that is the 4th most common source of hospital-acquired infections. And it is the same yeast that the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently dubbed a “serious threat” to the American public!
With BE Cultured you will:
- Cut through misinformation and contradiction about fermented foods.
- Find out how wild ferments—including kombucha—can do more harm than good in the body.
- Learn about which fermented foods restore the inner ecosystem, repopulating it with only beneficial microbes.
Here’s everything you get today with our Complete At-Home Fermentation Kit:
- The BE Cultured Fermentation Course ($97 Value)
- The Veggie Culture Starter Kit ($30.99 Value)
- The Kefir Starter Kit ($30.99)
- Ancient Earth Liquid Minerals ($27.49)
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