Fermented Foods & Digestion : Eating Healthy with Sourdough Bread

Fermented Foods & Digestion : Eating Healthy with Sourdough Bread

November 4, 2019 8 By Ewald Bahringer


Hey there, again. We’ve got another fermented
food. I know, you can’t believe it. There’s so many. But, we’re just going to do the main
ones of course. Next one is sourdough. And, it’s actually warming up in my oven right
now because, I love warm bread. It’s so delicious and it smells so good and it is actually whole
wheat. So, it’s very nutritious and has lots of nutrition and lot of Vitamin E. I’ve actually
done a little trick here which has nothing to do with the whole sourdough fermented thing.
But, I keep it in a little napkin to keep everything warm and it comes out all nice
and toasty and delicious. And, you can dip it in olive oil which is extra healthy too
and a little balsamic vinegar. Once thing I love about sourdough is, is the fact that
it actually has live bacteria in here too. And, that’s how it’s made. It actually is
naturally rises on its own. So, it doesn’t even need the added yeast. Which added yeast
in conventional breads, have actually been linked to all sorts of things like stomach
bloats and digestive issues and all that. There’s another thing in here that I bet you
didn’t know about. It’s an anti-nutrient. It’s deep inside, but not in this bread. Only
in the regular conventional bread and it?s called fictic acid. It actually binds to all
kinds of minerals. It won’t let you absorb them properly. So, this is an even better
reason to use your sourdough bread. Not only is it more nutritious and warm and delicious,
but it’s healthier for you too. Enjoy.