Learn how to make Probiotic Cultured Coconut Yoghurt
The Important Role of Beneficial Gut Microbe Diversity & Higher Microbe Populations in Human Health
Microbiome workshops by Health Kitchen presents evidence based education about the new science of gut microbes and the impact they have on every aspect of human health. Learn about how they can thrive or die off, keep opportunistic pathogens under control and how they can signal our brain and why it is important to encourage the growth of beneficial microbes. We will discuss the connection between the fungal overgrowth Candida and cancer and how you can knock back its territory to create a more balanced microbiome.
This is a practical workshop as well as educational and you will learn about what foods to eat and how to prepare them to encourage healthy microbes and how to make your own probiotic foods (cultured foods) and why this is superior to store bought products. Chris from Health Kitchen will teach you how to make non dairy & dairy kefir, a delicious coconut yoghurt and a traditional sauerkraut recipe. Participants will be making coconut yoghurt in this class and will all need to bring : 1 400ml can of Ayam Brand organic light coconut milk and a a clean wide mouth jar.
1 Serving of Fermented Vegetables = A whole Bottle High Potency Lab Supplement
Dr. Mercola, from Mercola.com, stated, “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! 1
A healthy microbiome is essential for good mental health and there are now some medical practitioners who now focus on gut health instead of pharmaceuticals. On the Health Kitchen website there is an educational video by PHD scientist Dr. Erica Sonnenburg who has an independent lab studying the human microbiome for the past 15 years. Chris from Health Kitchen encourages you all to come and learn how you can improve your health by changing your gut microbiome.
Bookings can be made via: healthkitchen.com.au