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The secret of sauerkraut: Why you should eat more fermented food

Research has shown that fermented foods can offer health benefits, encourage weight loss and reduce risk of diseases. Image: UNSPLASH/Micah Tindell

Manal Mohammed

Lecturer, University of Westminster

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'Milk kefir, or búlgaros, is a fermented milk drink that originated in the Caucasus Mountains'. Image: UNSPLASH/ Nikolai Chernichenko

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