Fermented plant-based protein
Plant protein contains more nutrients and fiber. They pack more nutrients into fewer calories, which makes them far more healthier than their meat counterparts. Fermented proteins strengthen digestive health, helping the gut absorb nutrients more efficiently -without bloating!
Tofu is high in protein and contains all of the essential amino acids your body needs. It also provides fats, carbs, and a wide variety of vitamins and minerals.
Tofu is low in calories but high in protein and fat. It also contains many important vitamins and minerals.
Tempeh is a soy product similar to tofu. Tempeh is fermented and less processed than tofu, which really makes it a better choice in example as meat replacement.
It is also made from soybeans but fermentation gives it much higher amounts of protein, vitamins and minerals as well as dietary fiber. It has also been linked to decreasing cholesterol, stress and appetite.
Adding to that probiotic benefits like better digestive health, tempeh is a great source of vegan protein!
Hummus is a popular middle eastern dip and spread made from chickpeas, packed with plant-based protein along with essential nutrients and minerals.
Studies have connected hummus and its ingredients to many impressive health and nutritional benefits like lowering the risk of heart-disease and high blood sugar levels.
Protein, fiber and healthy fats that it contains makes it a really good addition to in example vegan diet.
Because it is naturally gluten-, nut- and dairy-free, hummus can be enjoyed nearly by anyone.
Fermenting hummus adds great flavour and probiotic benefits to it as well as increased shelf-life.
Miso is a traditional Japanese paste made also from fermented soybeans. It’s a versatile spice available in many different variations.
Miso contains many essential minerals and vitamins such as B, E, K -vitamins and folic acid. Fermentation provides the gut with beneficial bacteria that help us to stay healthy, vibrant and happy; gut health affects directly to our overall mental and physical wellbeing. It’s a digestive boost – as it helps to get your stomach enzymes working before a meal.