GoodBugs sauerkraut, kimchi and fermented pestos are packed with immune-boosting probiotics and nutrients which are great for gut health.
Our sauerkraut is prepared the old-fashioned way with cabbage, salt and water. No starter cultures or preservatives are added during the natural fermentation process. This fermentation process creates lactic acid bacteria and lowers the pH to <3.6. Along with refrigeration to preserve those gut healthy bacteria, this combination of salt, lactic acid and low pH means that sauerkraut is a super safe and healthy food that can be enjoyed in every meal, every day.
Just a spoonful of sauerkraut added to your lunch or evening meal is an easy way to promote a healthy gut. Try adding sauerkraut or kimchi to a sandwich or salad or use it like a condiment with fish and chips. It tastes great, the tangy sauerkraut cuts through any fat or greasy mouth feel and cleanses the palate.
All of Goodbugs' products are fermented and packed with probiotics or digestive microbes. Probiotics also help strengthen the immune system and alleviate certain digestive disorders. Anecdotally Goodbugs' customers have reported a reduction in UTI's, eczema and gut ailments. The probiotics found in sauerkraut improve the bacterial balance in the gut and contribute to a healthy intestinal mucosa, which in turn, promote a robust immune system
Thousands of microbes live in your gut, most of which are good for you. Eating probiotic-rich foods like sauerkraut improves the balance of beneficial bacteria and boosts your immune system. If you're looking for a natural way to get more benefits from the foods you eat, try adding a dash of sauerkraut to your next meal!
It is recommend that pregnant women enjoy these super safe fermented foods as part of their daily diet. Not only does the process of fermentation inhibit any pathogens such as listeria, e-coli, salmonella and campylobacter, but the fermentation process turns the humble cabbage into a super food, with probiotics and essential vitamins being naturally synthesized during fermentation. In addition, studies have shown that there is a reduced eczema, food allergies and other autoimmune risk for babies from mothers' with a robust microbiome.
1 ) https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fped.2020.583946/full