FERMENTED  FOOD  FRIENDS  OF  THE  INTESTINE.

 

 

The bacteria that breed during this process are the basis of many of our current foods, from bread to wine. In general, they are a true injection of beneficial microorganisms for our digestive system.

Fermentation is the chemical process that allows to release the energy contained in the sugar glucose, so that it is usable, and is usually carried out by yeast and bacteria in the absence of oxygen.

What are the effects of fermented foods on our bodies? Food and fermented beverages facilitate digestion and ensure digestive health: this is because they are helping to increase the number of "good" bacteria in our intestines in transit, which contributes to their regularization.