How to Shop for Healthy Foods : Eating Healthy with Enzymes & Probiotics

How to Shop for Healthy Foods : Eating Healthy with Enzymes & Probiotics


Healthful shopping for your healthy food.
Tip: for enzymes and probiotics, definitely, you’ve got your Kombucha which is–mmmm…that’s
pretty good–something, of course, that you want to–you’re going to have to get a little
used to. This is fermented tea; lots of probiotics in there. What do probiotics do? It actually
is good bacteria that help, very beneficial to your digestion, and to digest your nutrients
and everything like that. Of course it’s very similar to your yogurt, which I’m sure everybody
knows about. That’s really good for your digestion and for your stomach and for digesting your
nutrients and everything else like that. But this is a nice drinkable version that’s refreshing;
it’s great in the summer time when you’re really hot. It is an acquired taste, but it
has a lot of fun flavors. Grape is usually the one I let people know to start out with,
just because it has kind of an odd flavor to it, but it’s delicious, once you get used
to it. And your enzyme fruits–I know it’s so easy to be like, “Oh I’m just going to
pick up some pears, I’m going to pick up some apples, and I?m going to pick up…”–these
type fruits. Those are good too–very nutritious–but you need to want to lean a little bit more
on–when you go shopping–on some more enzyme fruits and vegetables. Some of these are your
bananas, it’s your mangoes, there’s avocados (very delicious and good fats right there,
in addition to the enzymes), because these are going to help you digest your meal, and
make sure that you get all the nutrients out of your nice healthy meal that you bought
at the healthy food store, or just at the regular supermarket. So you want to lean towards
these, and especially if they’re organic and they’re made in the U.S.A., they won’t be
sprayed trying to get over.