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Diet and Nutrition: What Fermented Food Helps Prevent Cancer and Heart Attacks?

Soy Beans

Soybeans have gotten a bad reputation for causing food allergies. But, when they are fermented you can easily digest them and reap their many healing benefits, including cancer prevention and heart attacks.

Many foods that contain soy aren't good for your health.

Many foods that contain soy aren't good for your health. In its UN-fermented form, soy is extremely hard to digest due to the large number of enzyme inhibitors it contains1. It certainly won’t provide your body with the amino acids you need for a well-focused brain, for glowing hair and skin or for strong, well-defined muscles.

Beware, because UN-fermented soy can be harmful to your digestive tract and prevent you from digesting and absorbing other vital nutritional components in your food2.

Soy is also a largely genetically modified crop that is over-processed and over-used in packaged foods.

More and more people are showing allergies and sensitivities to this food that was once hailed as a nutritional superstar and a perfect vegetarian protein.

Are You?

Back in the 1990’s, because of a heavy economic push from the soy industry and a growing sensitivity to milk, tens of millions of us turned from dairy food to soy foods. Soy formulas became the norm for babies with digestive troubles. A dazzling array of advertisements in leading health magazines made us believe that soy was a safe and desirable food especially for cancer, heart disease, menopause symptoms and osteoporosis.

Nothing could be farther from the truth. Sadly, today, many unaware shoppers (especially vegetarians) are still purchasing millions of dollars worth of soy milk, soy protein hot dogs and soy ice cream. Unaware pediatricians and parents put babies on soy milk formulas.

Will Any Soy Products Improve Your Health

Absolutely, yes! That’s why we put fermented soybeans (organic and GMO free) in our new Super Spirulina Plus. By making sure that our high-quality soybeans were readily digestible, your body can now obtain the wonderful benefits that only fermented soy foods can provide. An extra bonus – you’ll also create and maintain a healthy inner ecosystem with lots of beneficial microflora in your gut.

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