the underrated sauerkraut

Sauerkraut is quite prevalent in Polish cuisine. It is a result of the fermentation process which produces lactic acid bacteria. This impacts its properties and dietary values in a certain way, not to mention the calorie content.

Well-pickled sauerkraut is:

– Rich in minerals (Magnesium, potassium, iron, calcium, and more);

– A vitamin bomb (Vitamins A ,B and C);

– Low in calories – 100 g of sauerkraut has only 12 kcal;

– Full of metabolism boosting fibre.

Eat up!

Eating sauerkraut has a positive effect on the body:

– accelerates faster;

– stimulates the immune system;

– lowers the risk of heart diseases;

– prevents the clogging of arteries;

– reduces blood cholesterol;

– maintains optimal blood sugar levels;

– helps combat inflammation;

– reduces the risk of cancer.

Beauty in cabbage

Sauerkraut is not only beneficial for consumption but also has skin advantages. Such as: • Vitamin C and A are essential for your skin • Ascorbic acid in cabbage forms collagen, which in turn makes your skin firm • Vitamin A smooths wrinkles before they appear on your skin

Healthy and delicious – sauerkraut, apple, and onion salad

Sauerkraut is great for preparing many tasty appetizers and side dishes. One delicious suggestion is a sauerkraut salad with apple and onion – a light and healthy alternative to salads heavy on mayonnaise or sour cream. How to make it at home? 1. Buy some good sauerkraut and lightly drain it (If still too acidic in taste, lightly rinse off the excess saltwater) 2. Add dried, chopped add finely sliced onion and apple 3. Season with pepper and drizzle with oil 4. Mix and serve immediately Although sauerkraut has been around for a long time, there is no need to cast it aside. Do not be a sourpuss about the taste and do not forget to add sauerkraut to your regular diet for its immense health benefits.

Cookies help us deliver our services. By using our services, you agree to our use of cookies. More Information