Fitness Goals, a wellness website, included Dr. Nancy Steely, Naturopathic Physician and Arbonne Senior Director of R&D, Nutrition, in “Here’s Why You Should Eat Fermented Foods.” “The fermentation of foods generates good bacteria (i.e., probiotics or live microorganisms) that help to support overall health,” Dr. Steely explained.
Forget farm-fresh-to-table: Fermentation is the latest trend on the superfoods scene.
Likely, you’ve seen (or drank) kombucha just about everywhere, without giving much thought beyond its taste. Probiotic-powered foods, however, offer a range of health benefits, promoting healing and enhancing immune function. To better understand bacteria-boosted foods, we spoke to a trio of leading health and wellness experts.