Super Foods Fermented


Why are Fermented Superfoods better then Standard Superfoods

Fermenting foods increases the bioavailability of the nutrients in the food. Thus, you derive greater levels of nutrients in an easily digestible form, all the while increasing the number of good bacteria consumed.
When foods are going through the fermentation process, the bacteria predigest some of the food, breaks down cellular walls in veggies, and makes the nutrients and vitamins easy to absorb. This is true of carrots, beets, collard greens, peas, kelp, kale, parsley, broccoli, and spinach as well as other fermented vegetables.
When the gut holds a healthy environment of the proper bacteria, metabolism improves, hormone production is enhanced, and overall health is better-quality.
Increased immune function is also another wonderful healthy benefit to adding fermented foods to the diet on a regular basis.
Enzymes found in fermented foods help the gut to create the perfect environment for nutritional absorption. In other words, a healthy intestinal tract will absorb needed vitamins and minerals more readily. Each Scoop Contains the Antioxidant Equivalency of 6 Servings of Vegetables