Fermented foods are “hot” health topics these days, and tempeh is an excellent example as well as being a great source of protein.
This traditional fermented Korean food made from wombok has a wide array of health benefits.
Did you know that olives and vanilla bean belong to the fermented food family? These five humble foods will load your gut with beneficial bacteria.
Are tummy troubles affecting your day-to-day life? More than half of the country suffers from some form of stomach discomfort. Microba’s accredited dietician Bianca Maree Harrington shares some simple and affordable ways you can take care of your gut that don’t burn a hole in your pocket!
Fermented foods can play a role in healing everything from allergies to ADHD to emotional disorders, and they are delicious as well.
The fermented milk drink kefir gives a great boost to the bodyâ€™s powerhouse â€” the gut â€” and delivers many health benefits as a consequence.
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