Kimchi and Health

Microbiome Management

Everything starts in the gut

The microbiome: The wealth inside of you!

The microbiome is also known as the second brain.

It controls numerous processes in our body and has a powerful influence on our physical and mental fitness.

What is the microbiome

  • The trillions (>1,000,000,000,000) bacteria that (among other things) live in the human intestine are referred to as the microbiome

  • Recent studies are increasingly establishing the connection between the microbiome and the health of the immune system, among others

  • Diets high in sugar and artificial ingredients like emulsifiers are generally unfriendly to the gut flora by disrupting the integrity and diversity of the microbiome

  • Fiber, prebiotics and probiotic bacteria are considered microbiome-friendly diets

  • High in fiber, over 600 species of bacteria and no artificial ingredients, kimchi is often recommended as being microbiome-friendly

  • Our vision is to expand the potential of kimchi and to personalize the bacterial content in kimchi to the individual intestinal flora

How can I help my microbiome

In general, a balanced microbiome can be achieved through our daily choices.

Promotes intestinal health (selection):

  • Dietary fiber – preferably up to 30 different types of vegetables per week!
  • Live probiotic cultures - raw cheese, yogurt, kombucha, kefir, and of course kimchi
  • Sport and physical activity
  • Regular sleep

Harmful to intestinal health (selection):

  • Sugar and simple carbohydrates
  • Artificial ingredients (dyes, emulsifiers)
  • Alcohol
  • Cigarettes
  • Antibiotics
  • Stress

Doctor Kimchi Microbiome Management

  • Doctor Kimchi helps to build a better understanding of your own microbiome and to support it with a targeted diet

  • With an initial determination of the intestinal bacteria, which is repeated at monthly intervals, the condition and changes in the microbiome are initially made transparent

  • Our scientists suggest a kimchi mix that may be supportive of gut bacteria over time

Scientific studies on the relationship between the microbiome and health.

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