Advantages of Raw Sauerkraut
  • spoke1992spoke1992 November 16
    Fermented foods have grown to be the red hot issue recently - but they happen to be an important part of proper diet in every culture, on every continent, over the years. There's a theory which it were the Tatars who introduced "sour cabbage" from the Orient into Eastern Europe, and from there kraut went to Germany etc. It has been documented the Chinese workers building the fantastic Wall of China, ate fermented cabbage regularly. So did Roman soldiers: it was said that it prevented digestive problems attached to new foods and water from the countries they conquered. Captain Cook was the first captain to not lose any sailors to scurvy: he previously 60 barrels of sauerkraut on his ship! (His voyage lasted for 27 months and there was, obviously, no refrigeration in those days - this fact gives you a perception of the kraut's shelf life!)

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    Mainstream health experts began paying a renewed attention to fermented sauerkraut after having a study published in 2002. Finnish researches reported that in clinical tests an ingredient created by fermented cabbage, isothiocyanates, helped stop the growth of cancer.
    Eating raw sauerkraut on a regular basis can:
    - Decrease your odds of being identified as having cancer.
    - Aid in managing Diabetes type 2.
    - Aid in lowering LDL (bad) cholesterol.
    - Increase your digestive system and luxury.
    - Maintain your immune system strong, reducing colds and flu.
    - Support good colon health by making it easier to manage constipation, diarrhea
    = and bloating, along with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).
    - Decrease allergies.
    - Reduce candida albicans.
    - Synthesize vitamin k supplement, which is essential for healthy bones.
    - Combat depression and anxiety.
    - Improve mood and brain functions.
    - Decrease your probability of developing auto-immune disorders.
    - Prevent the overgrowth of yeast along with other harmful organisms.
    - Encourage the body to soak up and apply essential minerals, such as calcium, zinc, and iron.
    - Aid in the manufacturing of countless members of the B vitamin family.
    - Enhance communication involving the brain and intestinal tract.
    - Support healthy longevity over

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