Health begins in the gut

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They say it's the small things that matter the most. And we agree! Tiny micro-organisms that live in your guts are a great example - so small and yet so mighty.

We give some tips on the importance of gut good bacteria for maintaining a healthy gut flora and explain how SAUERKRAUT and KIMCHI are mighty important for maintaining that balance.


Intestinal microbiota:
Also known as gut flora, it is the collection of all the microorganisms that have colonised our gut.
Did you know that we have about 390 trillion microorganisms in our guts? This number is 1.3 times larger than the total number of human cells in the body. They must be mighty important!


Unique to each gut:
The composition of the gut microbiota passes from mother to baby and evolves throughout life.
Environmental factors, lifestyle, diet and medication have more influence than genetic factors.


Gut good bacteria / probiotics:
A large part of the bacteria in our gut are beneficial, living in harmony with our organism. They are very important for maintaining good gut health.


It's all a question of balance:
A healthy gut contains a diverse community of microorganisms that work together to perform various vital functions to our bodies. Functions such as keeping the number of pathogenic micro-organisms in check, breaking down undigested food, synthesising vitamins, producing neurotransmitters and much more.

Probiotics are true allies in maintaining a healthy lifestyle.


The good bacteria of fermented vegetables
Both KIMCHI and SAUERKRAUT from Mighty Farmer are fermented with natural probiotics. They have live cultures throughout the life of the product, helping the gut to maintain a balanced microbiota.


Delicious, healthy and practical:

Apart from the health benefits, our fermented vegetables are also delicious and super convenient to use in your everyday life.

Take a look at some of the recipe ideas we have for you.

Turn ordinary dishes into extraordinary meals.