Home Fermentation Video Series

Back in the fall, MUS Wellness hosted dietetic intern StephTarnacki, and together we created two videos introducing home fermentation. If you participate in our MUS Wellness Incentive Program, you may have already caught the one on kombucha. We wanted to post it again, along with a brand new video featuring how to make your own sauerkraut. Home fermentation is easy, saves you money, can help prevent food waste, and provides a tasty alternative to some of the regular foods you eat. Fermented foods are also packed with probiotics, the good kind of bacteria that live in our digestive tract. Eating foods rich in probiotics may improve digestion, boost your immune system, promote a healthy weight, and may even improve some mental health conditions.

Enjoy!  —Cristin.

Wellchat Episode VI: The Amazing Microbiome

Episode 6: Special guest Anna Goodrum, Dietetic Intern with the Montana Dietetic Intership (MDI), joins Cristin and Neal for a discussion about the latest human microbiome research and how probiotics and prebiotics play crucial roles in our health.

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