For many years, I suffered from Chronic Irritable Bowel Syndrome also known as IBS. I was faced with bouts of diarrhea and constipation, day in and day out. At the same time, I suffered from Psoriasis and spent much time trying to cover up sores on my body.
For more than ten years, I tried many different treatment methods including prescriptions, topical applications, and other conventional means. In my determination to be healed of these conditions, I decided to search for alternative means which would soon bring me renewed health and enhanced wellness in life.
In my diet, I began to make changes which included removing specific “inflammatory” foods. I added natural probiotics routinely to my regime. Fermented foods were added to my diet on a regular basis as well. After a very short amount of time, the results were truly amazing. The sores I suffered from began to disappear. I started to have days where IBS did not control my life. I was totally full of energy and vitality.
Fermented foods are a special type of food which holds wonderful benefits for the body. Some examples of fermented foods include kombucha, cultured vegetables, tempeh, kefir, miso, rejuvelac, pickled beets, and sauerkraut. These foods are “cultured,” or “fermented” to contain friendly bacteria which improve digestive health; they are tremendously beneficial to living a healthy life.
Fermented foods are easily digested by the body, as they are in a “partially digested” form. Beneficial bacteria are also introduced into the gut by these foods, which further aids digestion. These foods also help the body to absorb more nutrients and support the process of enzyme creation.
History of Fermented Foods
Fermented foods have been celebrated around the world throughout history. Originally, foods were fermented as a preservation method. Earliest records of using fermentation for foods date as far back as 6000 B.C. Nearly every civilization known includes some form of culturing foods within their history.
Korean cultures create kimchi as well as banchan while Indian cultures use the fermentation process to create yogurts, cheeses, and sauerkrauts. African countries create garri using this special fermenting method. Tanzania ferments togwa while the Japanese create natto out of fermented soybeans. In many areas of the world, fermented foods are used for medicinal purposes to improve health. These foods are a part of the ordinary “culture” of the world.
Why I Created Fermented Green Supremefood
After an amazing recovery in my health, I searched to learn more about these types of foods. The more I studied about fermented foods and their health benefits; I desired to create a product which would provide renewed health and wellness for others. I knew first-hand the change in health I had experienced and knew others would definitely benefit.
Fermented Green Supremefood contains ten (10) organic and fermented vegetables in every serving along with fermented grasses, digestive enzymes, probiotics, and natural herbs. My specially created product does not use any GMO ingredients. The supreme formula is also soy free, dairy free, and gluten free.
Organic fiber is essential for satiety, and it also provides support for healthy glucose levels within the body which is included in this special formula. Digestive enzymes provide the body with wonderful quantities of natural energy. Organic antioxidants in this high-quality supplement help the body to neutralize free radicals which are harmful. Green Supremefood also provides the body with a healthy alkaline environment.
To Live a Truly Healthy Life
I continue to make fermented foods a part of the daily routine, to live a truly healthy life. Green Supremefood helps provide the proper balance of daily nutrients to keep the digestive tract and body functioning exceptionally. This product will provide you with increased vitality, strength, and wellness. I encourage you to see the results I have seen in my own life!
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