Making your own pro-biotic condiments

Feb 28, 2017
Ashley Ann Lawrie

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Probiotic Condiments, a free downloadable PDF, will show you how to master 5 step-by-step condiment recipes that you can use alongside any dish.

These condiments are powerful tools that will heal your gut and improve your health. Simply by taking regular vegetables and fruit and turning them into great source of probiotics such as Lactobacillus plantarumL. pentosusL. brevisL. acidophilusL. fermentumLeuconostoc fallax, and L. mesenteroides.
This one small tweak in your diet will not only have a huge impact on your digestive health but your health as a whole.

If there’s one thing I’ve learned over my 17 year passion for health and fitness, it is this: if you focus on improving your digestive health, everything else will follow. Many people even start to lose fat and feel healthy within the first two weeks of following the advice in this guide.

Cultures around the world have used probiotic condiments with different dishes and those health benefits are now are at your fingertips.

This guide includes the transformation of the most popular day-to-day condiments: Ketchup, mustard, pickles, salsa and pineapple.

But first, why are these condiments so powerful?

THE MAGICAL WORLD OF
PRO-BIOTIC VEGETABLES

Gut bacteria has more of an impact on our health than medical experts previously realized. But not all gut bacteria is created equal. “Good” gut bacteria improves digestion, strengthen the immune system, and manufactures the vitamins your body needs to feel your best.

On the other hand, “bad” bacteria can cause digestion issues, skin conditions and poor mental wellbeing.

Don’t ignore these early warning signs because they can lead to more serious problems down the road.

Click here to visit Jean-Luc’s site to download your FREE copy!

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