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Madonna’s diet is full of fermented foods

I just read this post from Brenda W. I hope it inspires you to eat fermented vegetables.
You can buy this amazing superfood in the refrigerated section of your health food store or make them at home. To learn how to make them at home get my Make Fermented Vegetables at Home ProgramClick Here to find out more about this simple program.

This is what Brenda W. wrote

“Did you hear about Madonna’s diet? It’s full of fermented foods rich in probiotic bacteria to which her personal chef attributes Madonna’sexcellent health.

“The diet that Madonna is following is very sensible,”stated David Topping, chief food-nutrition researcher at Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization in Adelaide, Australia,“The bacteria that live inside you are fulfilling very important functions.”

Mayumi Nishimura prepares foods such as tempeh, miso, and fermented grains for Madonna, and states, “We eat food processed as little aspossible.” The results are obvious—Madonna’s next world tour with 75 stops is slated to begin this month. At 53, she shows no signs of slowing down any time soon.

Remember that over a century ago Elie Metchnikoff hypothesized that certain intestinal bacteria “produce compounds useful against a premature aging.” He was the first to introduce the idea that ingesting lactic acid bacteria—later identified as Lactobacillus—could reduce gut putrefaction and aging.

Although the science behind specific anti-aging effects of probiotic bacteria is perhaps in its infancy (despite thehundred-year gap), probiotics are increasingly being studied for their beneficial effects for a wide range of health conditions. After all, optimaldigestion is the foundation upon which total-body health is built.

Madonna’s on the right path if she’s cultivating a healthy gut flora.”

Now is the time for you to get this good bacteria going in your system too!

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