Harnessing the Natural Power of Ingredients
From enzymes to minerals to bioactive peptides, fermented foods offer a way for your body to better tap into the nutrients it needs from what you eat. Plus, the natural metabolic process that goes on during fermentation also creates compounds with unique benefits.
In this way, fermentation can make a product stronger and healthier than it would have been without fermentation.
Tapping Into the Benefits of Fermented Foods
The great thing is it’s easy to incorporate more fermented foods into the diet. Foods like kefir, kimchi, kombucha, miso, natto, pickles, sauerkraut, skyr, tempeh, tofu and yogurt are good choices. Also, do make sure to choose dietary supplements that use natural fermentation in their processing. Almased, for example, is crafted using a special fermentation process that starts with the product’s three flagship food ingredients: honey, soy and yogurt.
As opposed to heat-treated regular honey, the raw honey in Almased is bursting at the seams with crucial enzymes and naturally occurring yeast that let fermentation continue even after the cans are sealed. In fact, the raw honey’s natural ingredients are still living and active when you pop open the can. Plus, one serving of Almased also supplies 27 grams of protein and a boatload of amino acids. Amino acids aid the growth of good bacteria in the gut. The gut-friendly yogurt in Almased comes from pasture-raised cows in Ireland and northern Germany.
Are you ready to unleash the power of your nutrients with Almased?