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Do Your Eyes Have Guts?

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Last Reviewed: May 1, 2019

Medically reviewed by Judith Marcin, MD on July 6, 2018 — Written by The Healthline Editorial Team

Professionally Reviewed by
Dr. Gary L. Bodiford
Ophthalmologist

Professionally Reviewed by
Chryseia Brennan
Dietician

Yesterday was not the most inspiring content we shared... but it's essential to know. So you can stay with good eyesight and even better health. It's the world we live in...

So today, let's have a look at an overlooked topic that can really charge your eyesight and health.

You see, the food industry has led us to believe some strange things. We buy stuff that looks like food, but when we read the ingredients list, it sounds like a NASA manual.

Seriously, have you read the ingredients panel of your bread lately?

What does most of the stuff even mean? Sadly, some really nasty things... But, I promised to keep is positive today.

So with the concept of how food should look like, standardized and sparkly shiny, we got the idea that some foods are bad. That some foods are rotten, even though they can be your greatest ally in this crazy world.

I mean fermented foods!

Yes, sauerkraut, kefir, thick milk, and really smelly cheeses made from raw milk! Real yogurt and real, alive fermented vegetables.

When these foods ferment, they build good bacteria. The type that will help your gut to stay healthy. It's the probiotic bacteria that will build your immune system.

And it's the probiotic bacteria that will make your digestive system work. And work well...

Yes, it's the same little bacteria they sell in capsules today. The only difference is that your body actually knows what to do with the food. With the supplements, it may, but it may not.

Many of the probiotic supplements are genetically modified organisms. So you should better stay away from them.

Now, these foods are traditional to all cultures. Every single culture has some traditional food that is fermented. Because it was a way to preserve food and to store it.

The bacteria eat the sugar that would spoil the food. And the environment preserves the food.

So, if you went to a health food store lately, you can see that they sell many of these products for horrendous amounts of money. Seriously, a little bag of alive sauerkraut for like $12...

Just do this:

  1. buy an organic cabbage
  2. run it through your food processor with the slicing attachment (to cut really thin slices)
  3. mix it in a bowl with a couple of teaspoons of sugar and salt (you may use your hands to mix...)
  4. stuff it into a large pot
  5. push it down strongly with a spoon, so the cabbage gets a bit mashed

Now cover it with a plate and rest a jar with water on the plate to create some pressure on the cabbage.

Let is stand for 24 - 48 hours. And voila, you have alive, organic sauerkraut!

Once you got the basic version down, try to add some carrot pieces. Or some dill, or other herbs you like.

Balance the salt and sugar for taste and bacterial growth.

Now add this to your salads and meals. Your gut will thank you. And so will your eyes. Because there is a direct connection between your gut, your colon, and your eyesight.

So, if your gut is full of s***, your eyesight is s*** too... yes, I know, that's gross, but it's true!!

So go, get a cabbage and start chopping!

As usual, we are just scratching the tiniest bit of surface here to what we cover in the Pure Vision Method™. Stay tuned for the next opening...

As you can see, this is a total makeover for your eyesight, life, and health!

Stay tuned, and leave us a comment below... how did your sauerkraut turn out?

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Professionally Reviewed by
Dr. Gary L. Bodiford
Ophthalmologist

Dietician

Professionally Reviewed by
Chryseia Brennan
Dietician

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