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Fermented foods are undeniably good for us. In fact, fermentation is essentially one of the oldest forms of food preservation. Fortunately, it’s having a comeback.
Eating fermented foods helps you maintain your gut flora – the 400 bacterial species that hang out in your intestines. Consuming probiotics, which you get from fermented foods, helps you to maintain the balance of these organisms, in turn providing a variety of health benefits, from promoting a healthier digestive tract to boosting immunity.
But you don’t have to invest in gallons of expensive kombucha at the food co-op; there are plenty of foods that are very easy to ferment at home.
Almond milk is great to start with because almonds are easy to find and familiar-tasting. Not only is it surprisingly easy, but if a store near you sells bulk nuts, you can save a bundle. All you need are nuts, water, a blender, and some cheesecloth.
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3 cups frozen organic mangos
3 - 4 ripe bananas
4 organic satsuma mandarins (you can either do a fresh squeeze into the smoothie or keep them in their whole form)
3 cups filtered water, blend until smooth.
Makes 6 cups / 1 full pitcher
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Power through your day with nutrient dense leafy greens and tangy citrus, combined in perfect harmony to create this deliciously refreshing green juice.
Power Greens contains cucumber, celery, grapefruit, green chard, green leaf lettuce, lemon, kale, spinach, parsley, peppermint tea & spearmint tea.
USDA Certified Organic
Non-GMO Project Verified
Dairy-free, soy-free, gluten-free
No added sweeteners
Avocado makes this rich and adds heart-healthy fats, while ginger gives it a kick.
1 ripe avocado, diced
1 orange, peeled and segmented
2 to 3 leaves lacinato kale
1-inch knob fresh ginger, thinly sliced
A few slices of apple, banana or other fruit of your choice
1/3 to 1/2 cup water, juice or coconut water
Combine avocado, orange, kale, ginger, fruit slices and 1/3 cup water, juice or coconut water in a blender. Blend for about 1 minute to make sure ginger is evenly blended. Add a little more liquid for desired thickness and blend about 15 seconds longer. Drink right away.
If you’ve only heard of a whole foods diet in passing, you might not be entirely clear on what it entails. Basically, whole foods-based diet means that you want to stick to foods that are minimally processed. Evidently, this means no bread and pasta — we cried when we learned this — but it turns out that there’s pasta made from ancient grains. Whoah. Overly processed may be out, but you get an entire arsenal fruits, veggies, nuts, seeds, grains, and legumes waiting to be put to use in your kitchen. That’s a lot of ingredients.
At Paleovalley, our mission is to help people reclaim vibrant health. We provide products that prioritize nutrient density in an industry that prioritizes everything else. We believe that every dietary choice and every added ingredient is a powerful opportunity to love and care for oneself <3