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When we hear the term fermentation, we always have the tendency to direct it towards the consumption of alcohol, which leads to a thought process that the consumption is harmful for our body, as alcohol has the tendency to disrupt our body in a gradual process. Therefore, the Alcohol Rehabilitation Centre in Pune in collaboration with the Alcohol Rehabilitation Centre in Pune, will discuss some of the healthy benefits of consuming fermented edibles, and including them into our daily lives. The Alcohol Rehabilitation Centre in Pune, thus states that fermented foods which are now broadly being tested by a wide range of experts from researchers and health moghuls across the globe, are stating the benefits of fermented products for the human body. The percentage of fermented foods went up by 149% in the year 2018, with a huge sale under the refrigerated sections of groceries and departmental stores, among which Kombucha, Kefir and raw Sauerkraut have topped the list.

Fermented foods are basically produced via controlling the microbial growth and the enzymatic activity, where the process is then naturally transformed from food components and create various textures, aromas and flavours to it. Starting with a raw milk cheese which has started the liquidation process will ultimately reach the solid stage of fermentation tasting highly enriched with a dramatical changed appearance.

Now, far from just being a passing trend, the fermented foods also consists of an ancestral human diet, as several high-tech food preservation methods are used with inclusion of chemical preservatives which has been dominating the food industry and gradually overshadowing the traditional preservation methods including fermentation. However, as the fermentation industry is again emerging into the market, the food signals thus are now again waving a green flag to eat and consume in a more ancestral manner. With such speedy growth and interest in the fermented food category, one might wonder how these foods may impact our health and how one can incorporate them in our diet. Therefore, let’s start with some of the health benefits of consuming fermented food. They are as follows:

  • Fermented foods mainly support the gut microbiome, such as Kefir is known to be a fermented milk product which has an important and healthy effect on our gut microbiota which also increases the concentration level of bifidobacteria, lactobacillus and lactococcus in our body. Yoghurt is another healthy edible source which increases the intestinal lactobacilli inside our body.
  • Promotion of bowel regularity and digestion in the body: The regular consumption of fermented food will support a healthy bowel with a strong movement and digestion. Patients who mainly suffer from constipation issues, may opt for Kefir which can improve the stool consistency in the body and also can consume yoghurt which can gradually slow down the intestinal transit at a time.
  • Contains antimicrobial properties: Fermented foods also help in the balance of gut microbiome as a whole mainly by exerting antimicrobial effects which act against the pathogenic microbes present inside our body. The grains of Kefir thus have an antifungal and an antibacterial property which thus together act as an opportunists and pathogen, removing the unwanted bacterias present inside our body.

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