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  • 22:38 22:43 This is when my Wife walked in wondering what I was watching. Literally the first thing she sees after hearing moaning LMFAO

  • Yo no disrespect your girl gorgeous and she seem cool af nothing better than a pretty chocolate woman with a great personality you guys look like you gel well im happy for you bro keep up the great content!!

  • 16 For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.

    17 For God sent not his Son into the world to condemn the world; but that the world through him might be saved.

    18 He that believeth on him is not condemned: but he that believeth not is condemned already, because he hath not believed in the name of the only begotten Son of God.
    John 3:16-18

  • Aye man I love your videos and I got 1 question, I’m about to order the clear whey isolate with your code and whats the best flavor?

  • Its like you guys can read my mind! I have been looking for tips on saving and being more financially secure and this video was exactly what i needed:) thank you

  • If you like fermented cabbage like kimchi or sauerkraut you may try to ferment other veggies to. Put some carrots or cauliflower or other hard veg into a jar that went through hot water dishwasher cycle, pour over luke warm or cold water with some sea /himalayan salt dissolved in it. Leave it in room temp for a few days or a week and check on it from time to time. It should smell and taste salty and sauer, veggies are get sofer over time as well. This is a very basic version but you can add there some spices like mustard seeds, horseradish, pepper, chilli whatever you like. Get experimental:) I would recommend using for fermenting water that has been boiled first to avoid bacteria which could disturb the process. Happy fermenting everybody!

  • 7:39 Where did you find the information that Europeans eat sauerkraut at every meal? They’ll eat it once a month or so, and for many people it’s more like once or twice a year.

  • Can you eat fermented foods and not so healthy food(fast food, or restaurant food, treats, desserts etc) at the same time?
    Will the good bacteria win the “battle/war” going on in the gut so you can enjoy both food groups?* (*fermented and not healthy food)
    And will the good side of the bacteria maintain the healthy balance you get ALL the benefits of fermented foods?

  • I make my own kefir with kefir grains. You can make non-dairy kefir if you don’t like dairy, and drain it, use the whey for fermenting vegetables or fruit. You can also do water kefir. Lots of benefit! We make sure to use it all winter and it protects us from colds and flu or gets us over it faster if we do get something.

  • I would love to see a kimchi or kombucha video! I’m experiencing my own “gut issues” so I know the pain of an imbalanced gut. Anyways, love your videos! Always so inspiring:)

  • Terron it’s crazy how I knew you before you started your YouTube channel my brother showed me you dead lifting 600 an I was like wow!! But that was when you was in gokuflex vids

  • Thanks, will definitely have to try some of these.
    I follow wheat belly by William Davis MD. He has great books wheat �� and what it does to your belly and whole body.
    Thanks again Melissa, love all of your videos.

  • I make my own kombucha, its easy! Buy a scoby, ROOM TEMP black tea with raw sugar. Add the scoby and let it do its thing for a week. I just love it!

  • I recently started having a lot of mental problems and we believe that it is coming from my gut. I am missing tons of my good bacteria and my stomach is breaking down because of it. I had to start a new diet 2 weeks ago cutting out a lot of foods that I could be intolerant to and going back to a very basic diet. I also have started taking probiotcs and need to start eating fermented foods. I had heard about kombucha before but wasn’t too sure about it until I watched this. I found this video SO helpful! I am definitely going to pick some of this up today!

  • Oh course I start thinking about how to have all these items in a single meal XD sourdough sandwich with kimchi as a topping with a miso sauce, kombucha to drink and desert is a kefir based smoothie or parfait

  • I add some garlic and grated carrots when making Sauerkraut or I used to… Nowadays I usually buy it, but choose the one with garlic and carrots. It looks better and fermented garlic is said to be super healthy. I’ve heard chili can also be added to give extra zing to Sauerkraut.

  • I would probably try the Kumbucha. Like you, I can’t really do dairy, so the Kiefer would be out. Thanks for sharing this information!

  • Question: If boiling water kills the bacteria in the miso paste, won’t they die as well when the sourdough bread is being baked at approximately twice that temperature?

  • Melissa Maker I love the video. quick note, although it is often called one, the kombucha SCOBY is not a mushroom. SCOBY stands for Symbiotic Culture of Bacteria and Yeast. (no mushrooms or fungi here!)

    keep up the strong work!

  • great video. I am from Germany and we definately don’t eat Sauerkraut for every meal. �� some likes to eat this with meat but there are few ones, like me, who don’t like to eat Sauerkraut on a regular basis (or at all) ☺

  • My background is Polish and so I was weaned on sauerkraut! �� I keep it in the fridge and eat some almost everyday. I need to try kombucha again. I got a flavor I didn’t like at all and it kind of turned me off.

  • Great video. Love it. How much of the first drink do you drink. My nutritionist said that a shot a day is good. Love all the great gut foods.

  • Amazing video! This is something I’ve been working on lately getting a healthy gut, just been drinking lemon water, cinnamon, turmeric and ginger tea, putting chia seeds. I want to try kefir!

  • Uhhh.. Just the thought of these products makes me vomit… Including sourdough bread because it triggers a horrible gallbladder crisis!

  • Does the kombucha drink specify what kind of tea it uses? I’ve been living with a tentative diagnosis/working theory (when there’s a lot of nuance to something, in this case a lot of disorders/diseases that have very similar symptoms, I don’t consider myself officially diagnosed until I see a specialist) of IBS and have been put on a low fodmap diet where certain teas are fine and others are not. When I stick to it, it works really well, so I don’t try something new outside of special occasions unless it’s a low fodmap food or drink.

  • Also do NOT buy a scoby often people will give them away. I didn’t have anyone near me who had one so I used the same Kombucha brand you buy in the store. Just Google it. It takes a little bit more time because you are using a tiny scoby but it was easy enough to do without buying an official scoby.

  • I tasted that synergy drink in the video and it was not good lol. I am sorry i tossed it though, before actually trying it. A waste of money too.

  • Question, does Kombucha become an alcohol? We no longer drink alcohol and I have always wondered. I have seen it at the stores but no looked closely. Thank you for the info. I have issues and think many of these things are a good place to start.

  • I feel like im a bit late in the savings game. Im 17 and just about to start a savings account, kinda wished i had started a few years ago. Bloody hell, i just realised how much shit i spent on useless stuff with my pocket money

  • I’ve been really frugal and good with my money these are great tips anyone can do. I also share a few on my channel on saving money ��

  • Thanks for the video! FYI: the SCOBY (symbiotic colony of bacteria and yeast) is not a mushroom. It is called a mushroom because if its appearance. It looks like a mushroom top! ��❤️

    Love fermented foods!

  • I would be interested in both! I have tried kombucha -but honestly, the thought of it being fermented freaked me out…now that I have seen this video, I’m interested again. I love sauerkraut and had not really thought about it being fermented…hmmmm.

  • Melissa (and everyone)! You have got to try water kefir! It’s similar to kombucha, but it has a milder taste and carbonates more. It leaves you feeling like you’re drinking pop/soda. You can easily make it at home thus making it so much cheaper than store-bought kombucha. You just need some water kefir grains, cane sugar, filtered water, and a bit of organic fruit juice to flavor it. Drinking this stuff every day really has changed my life. I feel more in balance and no longer have intense cravings for any kind of food. There are tons of YT videos showing how to make it. I encourage you, or anyone reading this, to get some grains and experiment with it.

  • I do the same thing with my checking and savings. It’s too convenient to convince myself I will just cover a charge from one account to the other

  • I like to buy things with cash. Unless, it’s online. My parents never used credit cards except the banks debit. I keep my petty cash in envelopes.

  • One thing that has helped thus far since my income has gone up is keeping my expense for the most part the same. Something this person did not do and she suffered for it when you income increases that does not necessitate a complete life style change my advice keep your expenses the same as much as possible and make a plan for the things you either want to do more or the things that you want, that cost money you didn’t have before see how it fits into your budget plan accordingly X out anything that does not fit, or an unnecessary expenditure that might not truly give you fufilliment and Joy. Another thing that helped me in my savings goals was saving all of my unaccounted for income and by that I mean things like my tax refund, any quarterly or yearly bonus money or side hustle money or even cash back rewards from my credit cards basically the money I do not expect to get every month and spend every month. I use this bulk up my savings or to use in investing. P.S. I know she mentioned using an excel spreadsheet or an app but didn’t say which app she’s but when I started to track my spending my intentionally I found that my Bank’s app would list what I spend each month and separate them into categories and then I could select the category and see what I spend and where in the category and make a plan to either spend less there if it was a trend or determine that maybe this was a one time purchase so definitely check your Bank’s app for that feature and if they don’t have it in a review add that as a recommendation and give to one star someone will see and it will put on someone’s radar and if not you can always do it yourself with your monthly statements that part of the reason their there. Unless you happen to pay cash a lot then your journalling everything by hand what you bought and price and category, but that’s a perk of using card for most things and you can pretty use card everywhere it is great perk plus you get into the rhythm of that when you do use cash you can easily track what it was for each month.

  • what works for me is to save 25% of my income, but also allow myself 20% to just do whatever, so that I feel like I’m living and not only grinding to save money. the rest of 55% is just living expenses. As of now I am very happy with this structure.

  • How I started saving.
    The apps digit-Albert-tally save. That saves automatically. Taking 1-$20 every 1-5 days. Whenever they thought I could.
    Once I realized I was fine without that I made a high yield savings account with a bank and I am now saving with that.
    My savings is in a separate bank. Cause even tho I could transfer in seconds. I don’t. But I would if it was in the savings account connected to my checking.
    Before covid 19.
    I was making 800 a paycheck (twice a month)
    200 rent
    300 credit card dept.
    100 savings.
    Rest is mine.
    Second 800 check
    250 for car
    300 for credit card debt
    100 savings
    Rest is mine.

  • As much as I love the information from your group, I much prefer a live human being talking about the topic. I have no patience for these dictated written-out videos. They do not engage me in the same way and I can read much faster than the disembodied voice in talking.

  • so the timing of this video is insanely amazing! not even an hour ago my husband and I were talking about gut health during lunch. he is on a strict SCD diet for colitis. he has a very limited diet, but feels like he needs to diversify his diet to promote the good bacteria. and I’ve been on several rounds of antibiotics the last year and I’m sure my guts are a mess, too. perfect and amazing timing!

  • I enjoy the channel enough to subscribe. I’ve noticed your language is getting more and more casual. I don’t appreciate the ‘F’ bombs and other colorful words I’ve noticed happening more and more lately.
    Thank you for the effort that goes with creating an informative channel.

  • Ever since I started tracking my money, I stopped eating out. I’d rather make a sandwich at home then have to enter a high amount of fast food into my budgeting app

  • I have 3 savings accounts and 2 college savings accounts for my 2 children. One savings account is family fun money and I keep $1k in there. The second savings account is family savings and I keep $4k in there. The last savings is for family emergency (job loss but could pay 3 months mortgage and utilities) and I keep $9k in there. Money has an energy to it and it doesn’t like to be bored. I give my money jobs to do ��

  • I promise you it’s not embarrassing, nearly everyone who has savings at the same bank has at least once done this for a stupid reason, everyone. Period. If they say otherwise they’re lying. Don’t be embarrassed you’re human, and by making that mistake you learned and improved yourself so it’s just a lesson not a failure.

  • Alternatively to an account at a separate bank you can put it into higher interest savings account or investment type account (canadian example: Tax-free savings account) that require more effort (eg. phoning your bank) to transfer funds. The additional benefit here being more money from interest or tax savings. Yes you have to phone once or twice a month to transfer into them, but it’s easier to leave it alone once it’s there and you can still see it to watch the balance grow and feel the self-appreciation of it.

  • Can you guys maybe do a video from a single parent view? Many of your views are single, childless people. Which is awesome, but not always applicable to those of us with kid(s) or other dependents.

  • The three month milestone is huge! I started to reach burnout/lost hope with some of my goals and this is such a valuable tip! Love your story and thank you for sharing!!

  • Ask yourself what you want. Saving just to save doesn’t have meaning. I came back from 3 years backpacking broke and 25K in debt. The debt was accrued not from traveling but while trying to get a job (my industry only hires once a year). Well, once I got the job, my goal became clear: 1) I wanted to pay off my credit card debt 2) I wanted to fix my 500 credit score 3) I wanted to buy an income property that I could use toward my retirement. I did all those things-paid off the credit card, got an 800 credit score and bought a triplex that initially cost 840K and is now worth 1.3 million. When I was clear about my goals, I found my solutions. My next goal is to buy another income property…and I am streamlining my life to make that possible. But I cannot emphasize enough that the kind of mindless passive savings technique outlined in this video is really not going to get you far enough. You need to ask yourself the hard question of what your immediate goal is. Everything falls into place when you focus on that.

  • Love, love, love these videos far more than the “How I save $250,000 at 13.” Power to those 13 year-olds, but some of us don’t live with our parents and aren’t money moguls straight from the womb.

  • Helo,
    I hope you are well.
    I was wondering what type of baking soda do you use?
    Although I have just turned 15 I love your videos and I think these tips and hints you give the world are very beneficial.

  • Throw loose change in a jar and once it accumulates, that’s the amount you spend for the week or weekend depending on the threshold. Also leave credit cards at home. Believe me these new habits will pay off in the long run.

  • My new job has free breakfast and lunch for their employees and they are healthy meals. It was like getting a raise with that alone. Helps with the food spending, although it’s gotten easier to convince myself I can eat out for dinner ����‍♀️ working on it lol

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    God I wish they would make a channel for those of us with real financial problems.

  • This was so me.. i started my journey back in 2017, i looked at my expenses for 3 months and then the rest of the year was trying to find the right budget for my income and then 2018 was the year I started saving more and now 2019, im saving 30% or more of my income �� everyone can do it! So can you!

  • Try not owning a car, that is a huge money sink. I’ve never had a car or driver’s license and I turn 30 next month. You can walk, bike, take public transit and get rides from family and friends.