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We now know one of the best ways to improve gut health is to consume fermented foods on a regular basis.

The probiotics in fermented foods like turnips, cucumbers and eggplant help balance the mucus in your digestive tract, protect against disease and chelate toxins, and remove heavy metals from your system.

You can usually find a good selection of fermented vegetables and other foods at your natural health store. But you can also make your own. It's not that hard to do. Plus, you'll get more for your money! According to Dr. Mercola:

“Fermented foods not only give you a wider variety of beneficial bacteria, they also give you far more of them, so it’s a much more cost-effective alternative. Here’s a case in point: It’s unusual to find a probiotic supplement containing more than 10 billion colony-forming units. But when my team actually tested fermented vegetables produced by probiotic starter cultures, they had 10 trillion colony-forming units of bacteria. Literally, one serving of vegetables was equal to an entire bottle of a high potency probiotic! So clearly, you’re far better off using fermented foods.”

Mercola.com makes fermenting your own vegetables easy. Mercola’s enhanced formula produces healthy bacteria that promote gut health, beneficial enzymes that make digestion easier on the stomach, and even increase bioavailability of vitamins, like vitamin K2, in your vegetables.

Now through midnight April 30, 2018, get 20 percent off Mercola’s Kinetic Culture Packets and most other Mercola products with this promo code: ORGANIC418. Mercola will also donate 20 percent of the product price to OCA. 

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