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Fermented Raw Products


Fermented Foods Heal Your Gut

Probiotic enriched foods are one of the most important attributes of a healthy diet and life style.  By fermenting it creates beneficial enzymes, b-vitamins, Omega-3 fatty acids, and various strains of probiotics.  If your not used to eating fermented foods, start out small (2 tablespoons) and work your way up to about a cup.  If you start out to fast, you may experience diarrhea.  The products below taste amazing!  They are raw unpasteurized, meaning you are getting a live probiotic.  If you buy from the stores, the jars are pasteurized, meaning no live bacteria.  I tried both of these below and they are so good with baked sweet potato (the white inside ones) and some grass fed pastured butter.

Fermented Raw Garlic Dill Pickles
from Oregon -Buy through Amazon
Fermented Raw Garlic Dill Pickles
from Oregon -Buy Them Cheaper through Here
Fermented Raw Sauerkraut  from Oregon
Fermented Raw Sauerkraut
from Oregon -Buy Them Cheaper through Here

Stores don’t carry unpasteurized or sprouted nuts & seeds yet, here you will find sites that do.  Scroll down to see more detailed info on particular seeds & nuts.


Sprouted Chia / Flax Powder


  • Almonds - excellent source of biotin, Vitamin E, fiber, manganese, magnesium, tryptophan, copper, vitamin B2, and phosphorus

  • Walnuts - excellent source of omega-3 and 6 fats, magnesium, phosphorous, manganese, and copper and a good source of fiber, zinc, iron, and Vitamin B

  • Pecans - great source of fiber, magnesium, phosphorus, and zinc

  • Hazelnuts - excellent source of vitamin E, thiamin, folate, and manganese

  • Brazil Nuts - great way to add selenium, magnesium, and thiamine to your diet

  • Cashews - excellent source of protein, copper, magnesium, and phosphorus

  • Macadamia Nuts - excellent source of fiber, thiamin, and manganese

  • Pistachios - vitamin B6, thiamine, protein and fiber

Nuts Health Benefits
  • Packed with Protein

  • Helps your heart

  • Some nuts can help you lower Cholesterol

  • Can benefit heart health

  • Reduce your risk of developing blood clots

  • Vitamin E

  • Fiber

  • Omega-3 fatty acids

  • Unsaturated fats



  • Chia seeds are a good source of omega-3 fats, help reduce inflammation,  reducing blood sugar after a meal, reduce appetite, reduces risk for heart disease

  • Flax seeds are a good source of fiber, thiamin, manganese & magnesium.      They contain high levels of omega-3 fatty acids. Help reduce cholesterol and other risk factors for heart disease

  • Hemp seeds are excellent source of vegetarian protein, contain all the essential amino acids, & Hemp seed oil may help reduce symptoms of eczema and other chronic inflammatory conditions

  • Sesame seeds are great source of lignans, which may help improve sex hormone status for estrogen. Sesame seeds may also help reduce inflammation and oxidative stress, excellent source of copper, magnesium, manganese, selenium and fiber

  • Black sesame seeds, excellent source of manganese, copper, calcium, magnesium, iron, phosphorus, thiamin, zinc and fiber

  • Pumpkin seeds / oil are good sources of phosphorus, monounsaturated fats and omega-6 fats, may help improve heart health and symptoms of urinary disorders

  • Sunflower seeds have good amount of protein, vitamin E, contain high levels of both monounsaturated and omega-6 fats, and may help reduce inflammation and cholesterol levels

Seeds Health Benefits

       and polyunsaturated fats

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