Before there were kings and queens, emperors and rulers, food was already making history. From the very beginning, fermented foods played an important role, providing healthy vegetables during lean, cold winter months, which were not only nutritionally-dense, but also naturally-made probiotics! Fermented foods are easy to digest, as well as aiding digestion of other foods.
|Here are but a few online articles which are also great for science or history unit studies for the children!|
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“Over and over I explain to patients, ‘Your pain, misery and illness results from your own dietary mistakes and drugs. You are suffering because you are filled with toxic wastes caused by your diet of poorly selected food filled with artificial flavorings, preservatives, synthetics, and over-processed ingredients—too much stimulating food and too few natural vitamins from vegetables and fruits….’ Food is Your Best Medicine
—Henry G. Bieler, MD
My soon-to-be 19-year-old son was about to get ready for bed, when he asked if he could have some dessert. I said “Yes”, and a few minutes later, he came out with a big bowl of kimchi, mixed veggies and kraut. I was so thrilled to see him wanting to eat something good instead of the icecream that “Dad” was eating! Maybe I didn’t start too late making healthy fermented foods for him!!!