Digestive Health and the Importance of Fermented Foods
Wednesday September 18th.
Please arrive at 6.30 for a 7.00p.m. start. Talk 7-8, light buffet supper at 8 cooked by Shirley Roach.
Digestive problems are some of the most common of health problems, from bloating and irregular bowel movements, acid reflux and gluten or other food allergies, to more serious problems like Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Crohn’s disease, colitis, celiac disease etc. The truth is the modern way of eating and living has had a particularly bad affect on our digestive systems!
But all is not lost, there are many ways of improving our digestion through dietary changes and digestive health practices, and especially regularly eating naturally fermented foods to restore a healthy bowel flora. The traditionally known benefits of fermented foods are now being recognised by modern medicine, finding that our digestive biome not only helps us digest our food and protect the body against harmful bacteria, but is also important for the whole body including healthy brain and immune system functioning.
Find out what you can do to have a healthy bowel flora and digestive system, and heal problems in this area using natural medicine.
Venue - Montague Road, E8 2HW
£28 for a light supper and talk