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Get Cultured: Body Ecology and Nourished Kitchen join forces!

Posted by on March 2, 2011

If there’s a war going on in your digestive tract, then you need to recruit the joint forces of Jenny from the Nourished Kitchen and Donna from Body Ecology! Donna now recommends Jenny’s course to all of her following. Here’s what she had to say:


“Kudos, Jenny! I am thrilled to see the beautiful program you have put together. The world is in such need of this valuable information, and I am proud that Body Ecology is able to take part. I encourage everyone to sign up and learn how we can create a happier and healthier world.”



Culturing dairy, vegetables, fruits, meats and fish imparts much needed enzymes and probiotics into our digestive system; boosts vitamins and minerals in our food; and makes the foods more digestive while by making the nutrients easier to absorb.

It’s not always what you eat, but what your body can absorb!

Using this ancient method of preserving food is so beneficial, it’s amazing that this lost art took so long to return…..

And return it has with Jenny’s “Get Cultured” course!

Take advantage of this course to help with so many difficult to eliminate problems:

  • bloating
  • gas
  • sluggishness
  • brain fog
  • eczema
  • constipation
  • diarrhea
  • frequent cold

These are just a few of the many things that eating fermented/cultured foods can rev up. Let’s face it: your digestive system is your immune system! If one goes out, both go out.[bubblecast id=298219 thumbnail=475x375 player=475x375][bubblecast id=298219 thumbnail=475x375 player=475x375]

I know people claim that every supplement under the sun can help with all of these problems, however, treating your food this way is a bit more bang for your buck: you feed your stomach and you feed your digestive system. Supplements can not make this claim. Real food has always been the best pathway to health.

What can you expect from Jenny’s course? Learn to prepare enzyme-rich fermented foods, yoghurts, condiments, salsas and chutneys in your kitchen with 50 video tutorials, 100 recipes and 60 tutorials, plus the free 36 pg e-book Get Cultured: Probiotic Recipe from the Nourished Kitchen.

Classes start on March 4, so hurry to click the link below which will bring you directly to the sign up page!!

Click here to be brought to the sign up page!

This post is part of Real Food Wednesday at Kelly the Kitchen Kop!

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