The Your Flora Series is the most fitting use of our fermented whole foods. Microbes, through the fermentation of foods, are creating their own perfect ecosystem, providing a natural environment for them to survive and thrive. Fermented foods in the forms of miso, tempeh and natto were the probiotics of our ancestors. These foods are the source in which we have developed such a rich and healthy gut flora throughout the generations.
Our Living Culture Symbiotics are the result of years of research and development utilizing our unique 35 strain Kefir-kombucha fermentation process. The result is the creation of the most effective combination of micro-organisms and nutrition to create a living ecosystem of life within its natural habitat. Our Your Flora Series provides a complete solution for creating and supporting a healthy digestive flora.
YOU ARE UNIQUE, SO IS YOUR FLORA
We each have our own unique and dynamic ecosystem within our digestive tract, rich in a vast and diverse array of micro-organisms. This ecosystem influences both your physical and emotional health and is essential for optimal digestion.
THE SYMBIOTIC APPROACH
The intimate relationship of different organisms living and evolving in harmony, within an ecosystem for the benefit of each other. Living Alchemy recognizes the need to support your individual flora and the complex requirements of a balanced, healthy ecosystem.
THE LIVING CULTURE SYMBIOTIC
Living Alchemy has developed an exceptional whole-food, Living Culture Symbiotic using a traditional month-long, Kefir-kombucha style fermentation that combines 35 micro-organisms within organic, fermented soy. This living culture provides a synergy of healthy and therapeutic flora within their natural ecosystem.
Kefi-Soy™ is so much more than a capsule of bacteria – it’s a living food matrix rich in nutrients, enzymes and naturally evolved micro-organisms.
Fermented Soy - The Symbiotic of Our Ancestors
The reason why we use soy as our whole-food medium is because, when fermented, it’s the best source of nutrition for the digestive tract. Recently, soy has had a mixed reputation but this is due to how it is processed and consumed. Soy, in its fermented forms such as miso, tempeh and natto are highly nutritious and extremely beneficial for the gut ecology.
‘Intake of fermented soy milk significantly improved the ecosystem of the intestinal tract in the body by increasing the amount of probiotics.’
World Journal of Gastroenterology
For a healthy digestive ecosystem, fermented soy provides all the key building blocks including L-glutamine, butyric acid, phospholipids, amino acids, peptides, nucleotides, neurotransmitters, polyphenols, a vast number of vitamins and minerals plus a diverse array of naturally evolved micro-organisms.
How Many Bacteria Do You Really Need?
Do not be fooled into thinking that more bacteria in a capsule is better for you. The fact is that all living organisms require a healthy environment to survive and thrive. Did you know that 1 bacterium can become 400 trillion in 1 day, given the right environment? For bacteria and your digestive flora, the environment is far more essential than just the numbers.
“The microbe is nothing. The terrain is everything.”