By Lynnie Stein / October 12, 2018


March 8

International Women’s Day

We dedicate to ‘kraut grandmaster Matilda Augusta Stein.

Grandma would be concerned as there appears widespread occurrence …. Women do not feel well.

Autoimmune diseases, metal poisoning toxicity, poor gut health — showing signs of factors conspiring to make women feel: depressed, forgetful + low-energy.

With an impaired gastrointestinal tract: allergies, yeast infections, bloating, reflux, skin conditions, interrupted or restless sleep, hormonal function and fluffiness or stubborn weight gain to name but a few.

When gut bacteria are out of balance, we gain weight. Conversely when the gut is balanced —we reduce in size, reduce cravings, ease digestive upsets, boost immunity, reduce inflammation and feel great.

Poor food choices, viruses, parasites, caffeine, alcohol consumption, antibiotics, NSAIDs, and bad bacteria can cause damage to the gastrointestinal tract, leading to increased permeability or “leaky gut.”

This “leaky gut” means instead of foods being broken down, absorbed, and eliminated, partially digested foods can cross through the damaged area of the intestinal lining and enter the blood stream directly.

Healing and sealing the gut lining will allow your body to build a strong immune system and produce the right amount of neurotransmitters for the best ‘gut feeling’ … to be well again.

How do we do it?

1)Remove, 2) Repair, 3) Restore, and 4) Replace

Grandma would  better care placed on food, with additions from the sour food camp (go slow and small) including fermented garlic, ‘kraut and kefir + a lifestyle with  rest and play that nourish our body.

Big hugs and fun to all. and bacteria Xxoo Lynnie


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