Lactobacillus bacteria form a significant part of the natural intestinal flora. Large populations of this and other lactic acid-producing bacteria regulate the levels of friendly or “good” bacteria and reduce the levels of toxic pathogens.
The potential benefits of having more fermented probiotic foods in our diet include improved immune function, better digestion (leading to better energy), reduced bloating and reduced personal contributions to the greenhouse effect.
Read more about probiotic foods here, or just make the juice and feel the effects for yourself!
Juice the following in a cold-press juicer or any other kind of juicer you have:
- 1 bunch of kale
- 2 organic carrots
- 1 lime
- A thumb of ginger
- A tiny bit of fresh turmeric (if you’re feeling adventurous)
- 1 apple