Exclusive Fermentation Science from Japan
Taking care of our health is always a difficult feat. These days, our lifestyles are dictated by our jobs, school, and other activities. Life has become so fast-paced that it’s easy to neglect taking care of ourselves regarding what we put in our bodies. The convenience, affordability, and taste of junk food marketed to us by corporations don’t make it any easier. The faster your food comes out of that counter, the more time you’ll have for other things.
"Quick and easy", "instant," and "microwavable." These are the words most of us look for when we’re grocery shopping. It’s not the ingredient list nor the nutrition facts, but the ease with which we’ll have food on our tables that draws a lot of us modern citizens to purchase what we eat. It is made even more difficult when our attempts at healthy diets fall short of providing our body with the nutrition it needs, which, as you’ll later discover, is a bigger problem beyond our individual choices.
The human population steadily grows as the earth’s finite resources deplete, so feeding the world has become a challenge. Modern agriculture has, for many decades, been the answer to this problem; however, industry practices such as tilling and spraying of pesticides, preservatives, and other harmful chemicals have stripped the earth’s soil of its nutrient-giving microbes. Not only do these chemicals nutritionally devalue our food, they have been found to cause cancer and genetic disorders. As a result, our bodies are deteriorating at a faster pace. A few years ago, people’s bodies started to weaken in their 40s. In a few years, people’s bodies will weaken as early as in their 20s.
Basically, a lot of the food we buy at the supermarket is processed—products of mass-produced industrial agriculture. So there lies the problem: the foods we eat don't give our bodies the nutrition they need, and we don’t even notice it. Sure, these foods create the energy we need to last the day, but we don’t get the necessary vitamins and nutrients essential to enriching our bodies as we age. Processed foods are made to taste, look better, and last longer in our refrigerators. Because there are fewer nutrient-giving microbes in our soil, plants eventually have less of these to absorb.
Processed foods are unnatural, devoid of essential nutrients, and contain one of the most important contributors to health: enzymes. A lot of us don’t think of enzymes when talking about health. Despite a lack of awareness about the importance of enzymes, these biochemical catalysts are our bodies’ greatest weapons against diseases and deterioration. Enzymes speed up essential bodily processes and unlock minerals and other functions. Enzymes are particularly hard to come by because their components must pair specifically in order for them to unlock minerals and other bodily functions.
Another problem with processed foods is that enzymes from raw, fresh foods die as they get processed. The raw ingredients needed to make, let’s say, ketchup, already have low nutritional value to begin with. Tomatoes from the good earth, originally full of enzymes, lose their nutritional value and enzymes as they undergo the many processes required to make ketchup. To make matters worse, synthetic forms of nutrition, coloring, and preservatives further degrade the quality of the food, leaving almost no value in adding nutrition. Our bodies don’t digest synthetic materials. Even if we consume large volumes of food, our bodies just eliminate these synthetic materials. This is one of the main reasons many humans are overfed but still undernourished.
It has been found that we need to consume a huge number of fruits and vegetables to actually achieve an optimal, healthy diet. Even when we think we’re getting good stuff from eating salads for all our meals, it is simply not enough, nor is it possible to attain the prescribed amount of vitamins, nutrients, and enzymes needed by our bodies. The combined nutrient deficiency and exposure to harmful, disease-causing chemicals is the overarching health problem we humans face. Luckily, with Koso Super Drink, you’ll get the nutritional value of 100 different fruits, herbs, and vegetables in one scoop per day. Koso Super Drink uses the natural goodness of these ingredients with no preservatives, chemicals, coloring, or additives.
This is made possible by a 100-year-old Japanese fermentation method that extracts the natural enzymes, amino acids, nutrition, vitamins, minerals, and probiotics from the ingredients and preserves them, offering a wide array of benefits to the body. To ensure the quality of the raw ingredients, the manufacturers organically grow them close to the factory. As soon as produce is picked from the ground, it starts to lose its nutritional value. The farm and factory being close to each other eliminates the time spent transporting raw produce and ensures that they retain their natural goodness. The fermentation process preserves these important nutrients using only friendly bacteria derived from the earth. Not only are friendly soil bacteria used in preservation, but they are also found to improve the immune system, lower viral infection risk, improve skin health, and promote healthy aging.
Nothing good comes easy, and that’s especially true with Koso Super Drink. The fermentation process takes 18 months to naturally extract active enzymes, amino acids, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, prebiotics, and probiotics without using heat or adding synthetic chemicals. If you care about your health and your loved ones’, Koso Super Drink is the best and most practical way to achieve overall health. You’re getting the goodness of 100 herbs, fruits, and veggies without having to consume the impossible prescribed amounts. Koso Super Drink is a daily, easy-to-make drink that will fill the gaps our modern lifestyles leave by providing our bodies with the overall nutrition they need to prevent lifestyle diseases like cancer, diabetes, obesity, hypertension, and many more.
The inconspicuous devaluation of our foods is something we have little to no control over. As individuals, however, we can make adjustments in our lifestyles to better cater to our health. Awareness of these realities entails making better choices for yourself and your family.
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