"The doctor of the future will no longer treat the human frame with drugs, but rather will cure and prevent disease with nutrition"
- Thomas Edison
What do yogurt, sauerkraut, kimchi, pickles, kefir, miso and kombucha have in common? They can all be categorized as "probiotic foods" because they are fermented and as a result, provide digestive health benefits. During the process of fermentation, natural bacteria feed on the sugar and starch in the food creating lactic acid. This process naturally preserves the food, and creates beneficial enzymes, b-vitamins, Omega-3 fatty acids, and various strains of probiotics which help maintain sufficient healthy bacteria in the digestive system. Since Neolithic times, cultures around the world have been eating fermented foods while knowingly or unknowingly protecting themselves from bad bacteria. New studies conducted by
The College of William & Mary have uncovered even more reasons to consume "probiotic foods":
less stress, anxiety, and depression! So try to find ways to incorporate fermented foods into your diet - your gut and brain (and those around you) will thank you.
Maxim believes preventative wellness is the cost effective, efficacious, and empowering solution to numerous health related issues and presents an enormously attractive investment opportunity as consumer awareness rises and increasingly larger flows of private and public capital are directed toward healthy living.
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