WARNING. If you don’t wish to get healthy or more fertile… be warned. This post may change your life. Keep reading then!
Got the concept of probiotics and how they are essential for wellness but score a zero in the ideas department when it comes to brewing them yourself? We hear you. Our recent segment ‘healthtalks loves your guts‘ with Dorota Trupp (Walter’s clever wife) was a-buzz with questions, thoughts and excitement – because this topic is hotter than a baked spud right now. We’ve jumped back into the Trupp Cooking School kitchen to show you how you can ferment your own foods and start to implement these into your diet today.
As a practitioner – I suggested well over a year ago that this was the next big thing in wellness. Thing is, the Chinese have been screaming this concept from the himalayas for centuries – that the gut is the pendulum of wellness. If it is kicking goals – you’re in good health, and if it isn’t, you may have all kinds of symptoms including irritable bowel (aka – ‘unknown gut troubles, but let’s give you an diagnosis to keep you happy’), poor immunity fatigue, eczema, skin disorders, ear infections, emotional problems, anxiety, depression, fertility issues…. getting the picture?
So, as healthtalks, we are super keen to bring this information to you today. To show you exactly how you can simply start to make these foods in your home and begin healing your gut. Once you’ve watched this clip – you might like to look at a few podcasts I had the pleasure of recording with the Trupp’s late last year here and here.
Every single person you know can benefit from this (children especially), so hit play and then please tell me what you think in the comments section below and let’s start some discussion on the topic. It’s ‘to the minute’ health, right here![youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LQ7-kld0Z6w]
He’s simple too – we add him to tea and allow to brew for a few weeks. You can’t get this wrong I assure you!
Be sure to watch on as to the details discussion on how to make your own probiotic and fermented foods.