STICKY STRINGS

How would you like to eat a food that does all of this?

  • Benefits digestion and controls intestinal conditions such as IBS and Crohn's disease
  • Provides you with beautiful skin and hair

  • Prevents cancer

  • Provides a reduced risk of heart disease, stroke and lowers cholesterol and blood pressure

  • Has anti-allergy effects (think ‘dermatitis, food and airborne allergies’ and more)

  • Purifies the blood and helps to prevent infection

  • Suppresses immune reactions (think ‘autoimmune conditions’ like Lupus and many others)

  • Reduces bone loss and actually helps with bone formation (think ‘Osteoporosis’)

  • Prevents memory loss and Alzheimer’s disease

  • Enhances liver and kidney function

  • Has powerful antioxidant activity (think ‘anti-aging’)

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So…to summarize, by eating this one food you can be more beautiful (or handsome), have a sharper mind, strong bones, a healthy heart and strong circulation, better digestion, resistance to infections, a more balanced immune system and more.

Will you do it? 

Yes? Then you’ll have to make “friends with the sticky strings!”

 Natto is an ancient fermented food and means, “contributed beans” as it was contributed to Japanese warriors probably as a source of high-quality, digestible protein to provide health, strength and stamina in battle. The process of making natto is reported to have originated in Buddhist temples.

We eat Natto daily.  Will you?  Be brave…

To benefit from Natto, it must be organic and Non-GMO.  Learn more about Natto here.

References:

Handbook of Indigenous Fermented Foods, edited by Keith H. Steinkraus

Industrialization of Indigenous fermented foods, edited by Keith H. Steinkraus Handbook of Fermented Functional Foods, edited by Edward R. Farnworth

 

 

 

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