A Fermented Food Nutrition Boost
It’s easy to include more fermented foods in our diet. Some examples are kefir, kimchi, kombucha, miso, natto, pickles, sauerkraut, skyr, tempeh, tofu and yogurt.
We should look for dietary supplements that use natural fermentation in their processing.
As mentioned, Almased’s three core ingredients are soy, yogurt and honey. Unlike regular honey, which is heat-treated, the raw honey in Almased is bursting with vital enzymes and naturally occurring yeast that allow fermentation to continue even after the cans are sealed. In fact, the honey’s natural ingredients are still living and active when you open the can.
A single serving of low-glycemic Almased supplies 27 grams of protein and a treasure trove of amino acids and other nutrients.
Are you ready to unlock the power of nutrients with Almased?