By Lynnie Stein / November 15, 2018

Gut Barrier

The gate keeper that decides what gets in and what stays out!

If the gut lining is damaged or has a predominance of bad bacteria in the gut as opposed to good bacteria, then toxins can sneak through the gut wall and enter the blood stream, causing havoc to body and skin.

The gut or gastrointestinal system, refers to the long hollow tube that stretches from the tip of your tongue… right down to your rectum.

“Dysbiosis” refers to a state of imbalance among the colonies of microorganisms (bacteria, yeast, viruses, parasites, etc.) within your body.

The health and quality of skin is strongly linked to the health of the gut.

Enter:  Sauerkraut Juice / Sauerkraut Saft / fermented cabbage juice / brine / kvass (sour beverage).

  • To avoid any reactions introduce Sauerkraut juice gradually, starting from 1 teaspoon a day for 2-5 days, then 3-4 teaspoons a day for 2-5 days and so on until you can add a few tablespoons of the rich probiotic tonic into meals. Best not to heat or you will kill the good bacteria.

 Sauerkraut Juice / tonic

  • When making kraut (massaging organic cabbage with fine Himalayan salt, take a good scoop of cabbage with salt and top up with clean water) 1 litre / 1.5 litre / 2 litre Fido jar. Leave to ferment, out of direct sunlight and light, start tasting after 14 days (depending on temperature). When ready, strain. Refrigerate the liquid.
  • Or, simply place some ripe sauerkraut in juicer and press as you would any other vegetable.
  • Or, take 3 cups of coarsely chopped, loosely packed fresh cabbage and put into a traditional juicer. Mix 1-1/2 cups of clean water and Himalayan salt

Pour into a glass Fido jar (one litre Fido jar is excellent), cover tightly (ensure there is at least 1 inch / 2.5 cm of space above the mixture), stand at room temperature out of direct light.

Taste up to 14 – 21 days.

When ready, Strain off the liquid.

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