Naturally Fermented Breakfast For Thyroid/PCOS Weight Loss | Skinny Recipes

Naturally Fermented Breakfast For Thyroid/PCOS Weight Loss | Skinny Recipes

hey guys!! I am Nisa Homey and welcome
back to my channel today i’m teaching you how to make an inexpensive
traditional healthy breakfast which is naturally fermented and rich in
probiotics and resistant starch so what is resistant starch? resistant starch is
a carbohydrate that the resist digestion in the small intestine and ferments in
the large intestine as a fiber ferment they act as a prebiotic and feed the
good bacteria in the gut in other words when you eat resistant starch it resist
digestion and does not spike blood sugar or insulin natural foods that contain
resistant starch are boiled potatoes which has been cooled preferably
refrigerated for at least two to three hours raw bananas, raw plantains, sweet
potatoes, yam, and fermented rice kanji which is what today’s video is all about
resistant starch helps to regulate blood glucose levels helps to keep you feel
fuller for a longer time helps you to absorb your nutrients better helps to
get rid of toxins reduces inflammation, bloating, acidity, and other digestive
issues resistant starch will feed the good bacteria in the large intestine and
thus helps in maintaining a healthy gut this process produces butyric acid
which reduce inflammation in the body along with good dietary habits exercise
sleep and by managing stress you can manage your health issues so let’s
quickly dive into the recipe so I’m cooking Kerala Matta rice also known as
Kerala red rice and I prefer to use a clay pot to cook the rice i have already
shared a detailed video on how to cook kerala matta rice please do check it out
to understand more links will be updated at the end of this video you can use any
locally sourced rice to make this you can do this process with any variety of
rice even white rice I used kerala matta rice as I live in Kerala
and matta rice is used traditionally to make fermented rice kanji here in
Kerala so I thought of showing you how this process is done traditionally so
after lunch by around 9:00 p.m. I pour in some room-temperature water to the
leftover remaining rice and cover and let it sit overnight also I don’t use a
tight lid to cover the clay pot as I want the wild airborne yeast to help with
the natural fermentation process so the next day morning the rice kanji which we
call as pazham kanji in Malayalam will turn out to be one of the healthiest
food on the planet the overnight fermentation of rice has resulted in
developing resistant starch which makes it a naturally fermented probiotic food
have this rice along with the fermented water as a breakfast
there are many healthy traditional side dishes which goes well with the kanji
there are many healthy traditional side dishes which goes with this rice kanji
today I’m serving the kanji with a moong dal it is a thoran made with moong dal
also known as cherupayar parippu Malayalam and lemon pickle pickles made
in the traditional way is also a good source of probiotics I make pickle using
naturally fermented coconut vinegar and pink Himalayan salt and I use very less
oil the pickle which I make do keep good for many months
I don’t refrigerate the pickle it stays good at the room temperature please do
check my pickle recipes links will be updated at the end of this video
recently I have also shared how to make salted mango that is gut friendly salted
mango made with naturally fermented coconut vinegar please do check it out
to understand more this traditional combination of kanji and payar makes it
a nutrient-dense healthy meal perfect for your gut health for weight loss
hormonal imbalance, thyroid, and PCOS health. so guys do try to include these
kind of additional fermented rice kanji in your
meals so that you can have a healthy gut thank you for watching and until next
time take care bye bye

52 thoughts on “Naturally Fermented Breakfast For Thyroid/PCOS Weight Loss | Skinny Recipes

  1. Hi dear, m a mother teacher in a very reputed school and u motivated me to start my own channel for nur, kg and grade 1.I found ur videos really helpful .thank you so much

  2. Very detailed useful information mam…it really helps us in understanding wat we eat….Infact I eat healthy foods recommend from ur video, and with exercises I hv lost one and half kgs in last 4 months….I don't fast and trust me madam, I feel so… energetic …

    Can u gv us the link or recipe for moong dal thoran?

    Also please can u gv us recipes to boost our metabolism Nisha mam?

  3. This is our madrasi fermented rice, next morning add curd, sliced onions and green chillies, with some salt. Eat with pickle aside=

  4. In tamilnadu we used to consume it with shallot. But unfortunately we are not consuming it nowadays. Thanks for sharing and creating awareness among us

  5. We hv a similar process with ragi balls . We soak the remaining ragi ball in water, next day hv it with curd or butter milk. I guess it's essentially the same thing.

  6. M also having this clay pot u use it for making vegi n rice but it's smelling bad I dnt understand y it is so plzz help me out why it is smelling wierd how should I clean it

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