September 5th, 2014

Good Versus Bad Bacteria: The War Waged In Your Gut

Two Eaters go head-to-head in an attempt to one-up their opponent’s culinary skills. And you, dear reader, get to be judge and jury. Try the recipes yourself, then visit our Facebook page to cast your vote.

So this is truly a food fight this month, but not the way we usually mean it. This is about the battle of epic proportions going on inside your gut right now.

In one corner, we have good bacteria that feeds off healthy, whole foods—like kale. On the other side of the battlefield, there’s bad bacteria—like candida—demanding you fill their arsenal with more cupcakes.

May we suggest you join the legions of others fighting this same war by joining Project Detox … and resupply that good bacteria with the secret weapon it needs to keep the enemy in check?

We explain as we launch our September series on fermented foods.

Project Detox

by Amy

A six month adventure to discover a healthier you. Experts share insights as we explore patterns, and make incremental changes to break them. Will you take the challenge?

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Why Fermentation?

by Amy

Fermented foods are essential to encouraging the growth of good bacteria in your gut. Here, we talk to two experts to find out why that matters … and what we can do to stay healthy.

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