Eat your veggies fermented for better probiotic health

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Holistic wellness expert, Liz Watt of Elevated Learning Events was in the kitchen showing us how to make fermented veggies. She likes to call this homemade health supplement a “Miracle in a Jar.”

Liz is putting on the Natural Health and Wellness Symposium on May 10-11 at the Salt Palace Convention Center. It is open to the public and you can purchase tickets to come. They will have doctors, practitioners and educators from all over Utah there to help you learn to improve your health in a natural approach.

Liz speaks from experience.

She really struggled with her health for many years. It wasn’t until she started to incorporate healthy bacteria, also known as probiotics, into her gut that her health began to improve.

The easiest, most inexpensive, and most natural way to get probiotics into your body is through a process called fermentation.

There are many different kinds of fermentation and it is good to get a variety.

We want to teach others how to make a batch of fermented vegetables so they too can see the benefits in their own life. Why do we call them “Miracle in a Jar”, because when you start to heal your gut and colonize the good bacteria, many sicknesses we are dealing with start to improve or go away.

Fermented vegetables have many benefits including food sensitivities are decreased. They can also reduce pain from inflammation. Eyesight can be improved and sensitivity to metals decreased.

Liz’s life has done a 180 since she started to focus on her microbiome. She can not say how your body can heal from taking in fermentation, as it is different for everyone. But she does know this, if you create a healthy environment for your gut, then your body has the ability to heal more than it was before.

For Liz, her starting point was fermented vegetables and that is why she calls them a ‘Miracle in a Jar.’

The Natural Health and Wellness Symposium May 10-11 Salt Palace Convention Center topics include thyroid, natural skin care, brain/gut connection, hormones, aromatherapy, insulin, chronic disease, and more!

March 15 is the last day for Early Bird Pricing- save $20. For Good Things Utah viewers, tickets are $67 with code GTU67. You can use that code only for that day. Visit elevatedlearningevents.com to purchase tickets and learn more. Find them on Facebook @Elevated Learning.

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