Your Flora Terrain - Living Nutrition
Are you looking for a healthy and easy way to support your gut? Then you might want to try Living Nutrition's Your Flora Terrain. These unique symbiotics of fermented soy culture based on Kefir and Kombucha combined with Slippery Elm and Aloe Vera, provide a wealth of beneficial bacteria for your gut flora. The easy to take capsules do not need to be refrigerated. Ideal for traveling or when on the go.
Your Flora Terrain with Slippery Elm and Aloe Vera
Living Nutrition Your Flora Terrain is a living culture symbiotic of soy, fermented by Kefir and Kombucha, supplemented with organic Slippery Elm and Aloe Vera. Slippery Elm and Aloe Vera were chosen because of the wealth of health-promoting properties found in these plants. The fermentation process also ensures an even better absorption into the body.
Both Slippery Elm and Aloe Vera have cooling and soothing properties. Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) speaks of "heat" and "cold" in the body, also referred to as Yang (heat) and Yin (cold). For example, excess heat (or Yang), which is often caused by stressors of modern society, can lead to inflammation or disease. The cooling effect of Aloe Vera and Slippery Elm could therefore provide a balancing effect.
Plant mucilages from Slippery Elm and Aloe Vera
Slippery Elm and Aloe Vera also contain plant mucilage. It shows clearly in the 'gel' released in Aloe Vera when we break a stem in half. These plant mucilages can provide support to the fragile intestinal lining
- Living Culture Symbiotic™ Kefir-kombucha fermented organic sprouted soybeans (Glycine max) - 300mg per daily dose of 2 capsules
- Organic Aloe Vera (Aloe barbadensis) leaf - 200mg per daily dose of 2 capsules
- Organic Slippery Elm (Ulmus fulva) bark - 200mg per daily dose of 2 capsules
- Organic fermented tapioca (capsule)
Fermentation throughout the years
Fermenting foods is something of all times, cultures and civilizations. About 30% of the human diet consists of fermented foods. This is not an unnecessary luxury, as fermented foods consist of a complete ecosystem of different compounds and nutrients that support and protect the microbiome.
Fermentation health benefits
Research suggests that regular consumption of fermented foods may reduce the risk of certain cancers, it may support the immune system, it may protect the health of the gastrointestinal tract and urinary tract, and it may alleviate symptoms of Crohn's disease and irritable bowel syndrome. (LINK: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7823516/)
Probiotics and prebiotics
The fermentation process significantly increases the level of nutrients which are, in this way, pre-digested into a bioavailable form. New nutrients are thereby created together with a wide range of metabolic and digestive enzymes, which are also sometimes called probiotics or prebiotics.
Living culture symbiotics with Kefir and Kombucha
The products from Living Nutrition are made of a combination of the two most superior fermentation processes: Kefir, made from fermented soy milk and Kombucha, made from fermented tea. This form of fermentation is also known as "symbiotics". The following differences are found between symbiotics and single probiotics:
Are grown synthetically in laboratories
Naturally fermented from plants
Only isolated bacterial species
More than 100 balanced and evolved bacterial species
Are attaching to maltodextrin, a form of sugar, to stabilize
Attaches to natural enzymes and peptides
Contains no digestive nutrients
Rich in nutrients for digestion
Prebiotic sugars or fiber added
Wide range of natural prebiotics
Many naked, exposed bacteria
A complete, living ecosystem in harmony with the digestive microbiome
Increased bioavailability due to fermentation
The above mentioned symbiotic fermentation process, allows nutrients to be enhanced from food rather than isolating and extracting individual components, which is often done when making single probiotics. In this way, the foods and herbs in Living Nutrition's products can be preserved in their natural and complete state, which increases their bioavailability and potency. This fermentation process also creates a whole range of new compounds that can support good health, such as enzymes and metabolites.
Fermented Soy Milk in Living Nutrition
Living Nutriton uses fermented soy milk for the kefir fermentation process. In fact, sprouted soybeans contain a host of exceptional properties, including a unique balance of nutrients such as amino acids and polyphenols. After the fermentation process, these nutrients form compounds that provide wonderful support for the digestive process, the healing of tissues and for creating the optimal environment for a healthy microbiome in the intestines.
About Living Nutrition
In 2014, Living Nutrition was founded in England, by nutritional therapist Graham Botfield. Living Nutrition is a small company with a great vision and mission: to live and work in synergy with nature. All products are handmade in a purpose built laboratory where every ingredient and the entire process is 100% natural. The basis for all Living Nutrition products consists of a specially developed Kefir-Kombucha fermentation process applied to organic herbs and foods in order to offer them in their most natural state and with the most bioactive components.
Only the raw materials of the highest possible quality are selected for Living Nutrition products in order to guarantee the completeness of activity of each ingredient. All ingredients in Living Nutrition products are 100% organic. In addition, all the products of Living Nutrition are:
- 100% vegan
- 100% GMO free
- 100% plastic free
- 100% pure
- Consult with an expert before using this supplement in case of illness, medication use, pregnancy and breastfeeding
- Store out of reach of children in a dry and cool place
- Dietary supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied diet