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Nutrition of Lacto-Fermented Foods

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created January 01, 2013 at 4:04 AM

I have been searching in vain for actual nutritional information regarding lacto-fermented foods, particularly white rice. I've come across many claims about how much more nutritious the foods are and that at least some of the starch is consumed by the bacteria, but no actual break-downs.

I am a pregnant, T2 diabetic eating just enough carbs to stay out of ketosis, but tiring of sweet and white potatoes. I do eat fruit once or twice a week (occasionally persimmons, mostly oranges, pomelos, and apples), but am looking for other options.

Does anyone have any idea where I can find such information?

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on February 16, 2013
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on January 02, 2013
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Thank you. <><>

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on January 01, 2013
at 06:53 PM

It's a protein that needs k2 to function.

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on January 01, 2013
at 06:50 PM

i think they are some kind of protein.

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on January 01, 2013
at 05:48 PM

What are MGPs??

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on January 01, 2013
at 07:05 PM

I've just found this regarding sauerkraut ...http://www.germanfoodguide.com/sauerkraut.cfm. hope it helps.

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on January 02, 2013
at 03:53 PM

Thank you. <><>

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on January 01, 2013
at 07:00 PM

I have done a bit of searching msyelf to no avail, this is a great question & i would be very interested myself if anyone could shed some light on this!

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on January 01, 2013
at 12:07 PM

MK-4 ad MK-7 (forms of K2) usually aren't assayed (not required for labeling) but cronometer.com has several databases which it queries and might help you with some food. If you are attempting to fully activate MGP's keep in mind there is no known upper limit for MK-4. Make sure the calcium goes where the body needs it!

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on January 01, 2013
at 06:50 PM

i think they are some kind of protein.

61844af1187e745e09bb394cbd28cf23

(11058)

on January 01, 2013
at 05:48 PM

What are MGPs??

C4deaa6bb01626b4569e8992890381ab

(930)

on January 01, 2013
at 06:53 PM

It's a protein that needs k2 to function.

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