Description:

  • Kimchi has an excellent nutritional profile. The dish is low in calories but packed with nutrients like iron, folate, and vitamins B6 and K.
  • Fermented foods like kimchi offer probiotics, which may help prevent and treat several conditions.
  • A specific strain of Lactobacillus found in kimchi may boost your immune system, though further research is necessary.
  • HDMPPA, an active compound in kimchi, may play a large role in reducing inflammation.
  • A test-tube study indicates that kimchi may slow the aging process, though more research is necessary.
  • Probiotic-rich foods like kimchi may help prevent yeast infections, though research is in the early stages.
  • Though the specific mechanism isn’t known, kimchi may help reduce body weight, body fat, and even blood pressure and blood sugar levels.
  • Kimchi may lower your risk of heart disease by reducing inflammation, suppressing fat growth, and decreasing cholesterol levels.
  • Kimchi can be made at home using a few simple steps. Typically, it needs to ferment 3–21 days depending on the surrounding temperature.
  • Kimchi has very few risks. Nonetheless, this dish has been tied to outbreaks of food poisoning, so people with compromised immune systems may want to use extra caution.

Kimchi 250g

RM10.00Price