Are There Any Bread Types That Are Healthy To Consume? Skip The Grocery Store, And Check This One Out!

sourdough bread

Do you like bread?

I know… that is probably a silly question. Almost every person I’ve ever met in my life is obsessed with bread. And what is there not to love? It is a perfect vessel for all delicious foods. Many countries use bread instead of a fork or spoon. You can dip it, soak it, stuff it, sandwich it… the possibilites are literally endless.

Fermented Sourdough Bread

Unfortunately, we live in a time where many people must watch what they consume, and sometimes even cut items out all together! And you guessed it, bread is at the top of this list.

But is all bread bad? Maybe it’s the gluten, or the pesticides sprayed on the ingredients before it’s made? It seems no one really has a clear answer. One thing I know for sure… the fancy, organic, gluten free type of breads they sell at the grocery stores are EXPENSIVE! Not only that, but they typically have a lot of highly processed ingredients that our body can have a hard time recognizing, and therefore breaking down. So in reality… they aren’t really healthy at all!

When it comes to considering anything “healthy”, it is important to remember that simpler is better. It seems our ancestors knew a lot about food and nutrition… much more than we currently practice ourselves. Back then, the pre-made bread we see today was not a thing, and every person typically made their own bread. In fact, during the California Gold Rush of the 1850s, miners and pioneers relied on sourdough bread as a staple food because it was easy and a long-lasting source of nourishment. They would even carry a sourdough starter with them, which was used to make this famous, nutritious, and delicious bread.

Cut to the late 1800’s. Commercial yeast began to be produced, which made it easier to make bread quickly and consistently. This led to big food companies pumping out premade loaves of bread, that had zero natural health benefits, but could sit on shelves, and save people the time of making their own at home. The popularity of sourdough bread declined, and most recipes are now held by the Grandma’s and Great Grandma’s of our generation.

Sourdough bread is considered a healthier option than bread made with commercial yeast, as the fermentation process breaks down the gluten and makes it easier to digest. Sourdough bread is also known for its unique taste and texture, which is a result of the fermentation process.

So what exactly is the fermentation process?

This happens when microorganisms such as yeast and bacteria convert carbohydrates, such as sugars and starches, into alcohol or organic acids. This process can occur naturally or can be induced by the addition of specific microorganisms.

In the case of sourdough bread, the fermentation process is carried out by wild yeast and lactic acid bacteria that are naturally present in flour. The starter is made by mixing flour and water and allowing it to sit for several days. During this time, the wild yeast and bacteria naturally present in the flour will begin to ferment the sugars in the flour, producing lactic acid and alcohol. This mixture, known as a sourdough starter, can then be used to ferment dough for bread.

During the fermentation process, the yeast and bacteria consume sugars in the dough and produce carbon dioxide, which causes the dough to rise. The lactic acid produced by the bacteria gives sourdough bread its characteristic tangy flavor.

Fermentation can also be used to preserve food by inhibiting the growth of harmful bacteria.

This is a dream come true for my fellow gardeners! For example, fermented vegetables like sauerkraut and kimchi are preserved through lactic acid fermentation. Similarly, fermented dairy products like yogurt and kefir are made by fermenting milk with specific strains of bacteria.

Fermented vegetables

Fermentation can also be used to produce alcoholic beverages such as beer, wine, and spirits. In these cases, yeast is used to ferment sugars present in ingredients such as grains, fruits, and vegetables to produce alcohol.

While there are many types of fermented foods, all have big health benefits that are necessary for a healthy gut and digestive track.

When you consume fermented foods consistently, you will start to experience:

  • Improved digestion: Fermented foods contain probiotics, which are beneficial bacteria that can help to improve the balance of microorganisms in the gut and promote regular bowel movements.
  • Boosted immunity: Probiotics can also help to boost the immune system by increasing the production of antibodies and white blood cells.
  • Reduced inflammation: Some studies have shown that probiotics can help to reduce inflammation in the body, which is linked to a variety of chronic diseases and pain in the body.
  • Better nutrient absorption: Fermentation can make certain nutrients in food more easily absorbed by the body. For example, fermentation increases the amount of bioavailable B vitamins in food.
  • Mental health benefits: Consuming fermented foods may help to improve mental health. Studies have found that probiotics can reduce symptoms of anxiety and depression.

Your gut, brain, sleep, stress levels, and immunity ALL depend on probiotics in your body to thrive!

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So now that we know sourdough bread is the healthiest option on the market… where do you go to find it? Well… the cheapest, easiest, and most nutritious place is right in your own kitchen, with ingredients you may already have laying around! If you need to purchase those simple ingredients, don’t fret… they are much cheaper than any loaf of sourdough bread you’ll find at the bakery, and I have all of the information needed, including our preferred brands of ingredients in one awesome package you’ll get for life!

The Fermentation Method is a digital program that teaches you all about creating and maintaining a healthy gut. You’ll learn how to culture many different types of fermented foods and drinks in your own kitchen from scratch.

You can even make fermented pizza dough!

Whoever claimed pizza couldn’t be healthy needs to check out The Fermentation Method! From pickles, to salsa, coconut yogurt, and many more! The possibilities to incorporate fermented foods into your diet are endless.
All of these amazing ingredients and recipes have went through hours of experimenting with flavors and rigorous tests to ensure you’re getting top quality, delicious, gut healing foods that are fresh and affordable for you and your family. When you are able to create tasty fermented foods and drinks from scratch for LITERALLY pennies on the dollar, it makes sense for both your gut and your pocketbook!


It’s fun for the whole family to create fermented foods!

family ferments food together

Getting the kids involved in making these healthy foods and drinks in the kitchen will make them most interested in trying their handmade creations!

Now, you may be asking yourself, what are the downsides of store bought fermented foods?

Well, for one, you don’t know the quality of any of the ingredients they are using. From the water source, to potential pesticide laced ingredients, and even the source of salts used.. these ALL effect the health benefits of the food and drinks you’re consuming. And if you know about big food companies and how they tend to operate, you’ll know they usually go for the cheapest way to make the most money. With The Fermentation Method, you get to control all of the ingredients!

Even better, if you have a garden, fermenting is an amazing way to preserve your produce to not only elevate but enjoy them through the cold seasons, which will also help boost your immune system and fight off any sicknesses, which we all know can be common around that time of the year. Winning!

Join the Fermentation Method Today!

fermented garden

With your lifetime membership to The Fermentation Method, you will receive:

  • Lifetime, online access to all downloadable PDF’s with how-to videos that take you step-by-step through all the recipes and are updated regularly.
  • Different flavoring variations that will allow you to create recipes to you and your families liking.
  • Access to a private community where you can ask questions, meet other members, and get updates and inspiration on all things fermented!
  • A complete and thorough list of the best products for each recipe with discount codes to save you money!

Some places will charge you upwards of $400 for all of this great information. Rest assured, we won’t charge you anything close to that price! Join today for just $39 and get a lifetime membership to saving your health, and putting money back in your pocket after just a few recipes!

I whole-heartedly believe you will 100% benefit from and enjoy this amazing program! If for any reason you are not satisfied, The Fermentation Method comes with a 30-day money back guarantee! You really can’t go wrong here!

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