Why are fermented foods good for you?

The fermentation process these foods go through encourage essential good bacteria to flourish.

What does this mean for you?

The good bacteria inevitably line your gut and promote overall digestive health and are responsible for optimal nutrient absorption.


The bacteria basically pre-digest some of the sugar and the starches in the food, which makes it easier to digest.

Good bacteria also work to support your immune system by increasing antibodies that fight infectious disease.

What fermented foods do I include in my diet?

– Genuine Health Fermented Vegan Proteins (Vanilla)
– Kombucha
– Kimchi
– Sauerkraut
– Tempeh

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