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A Wholesome Source of Amino Acids:

Your body synthesizes proteins from building blocks called “Amino Acids.” Amino acids carries out the functions of the body which includes providing the body with energy, building muscle, supporting the immune system and much more.

Fermalife is packed with 19 free-form amino acids, and these amino acids are ready to be absorbed through the human body’s gastrointestinal tract. In addition, it also contains many antioxidants, such as Vitamin A, C, E, B2, K and trace mineral selenium. Fermalife actually helps cleanse and strengthen your system…so you look and feel your very best.

Fermalife contains all eight amino acids (tryptophan, phenylalanine, lysine, threonine, methionine, leucine, isoleucine, and valine ) which are essential for the human body, and they must be ingested from food sources which are most commonly found in only meat and dairy. So, it is very critical for vegans or people who are adopting a vegan diet to include these 8 amino acids in their daily lives.

 PRO TIP FOR VEGANS: … Did you know that vegan diets normally lacks the 8 amino acids we need because it can only be ingested from food sources which are most commonly found in only meat and dairy? That is also true for Vitamin B12 and studies have shown that many vegans have these deficiencies. Fermalife is your perfect source to include the eight Amino Acids and Vitamin B12 without having to consume meat or dairy!

While the body has tremendous capacity for self healing, with supporting nutrients, and a myriad of other physiological and biochemical activities, Fermalife enhances nutritional support! For the body to work optimally and perform its best, our bodies must be well supplied and sustained with quality nutrition which is far less abundant than one might imagine. To this end, Fermalife is utilized as a primary, underlying and a nutritional support product that can be combined with many other natural substances to influence better outcomes.

Micronutrients and  Macronutrients: 


Diet and nutrition trends aside, there’s no denying that protein is a vital macronutrient. Dedicated carnivores have little to worry about in this department. For vegetarians and vegans, though, getting adequate dietary protein takes a little more attention. Of all the meatless protein options available today, soy still ranks as one of the best. Here’s why you should turn to soy supplements or foods as a vegetarian or vegan source of protein.


The soybean originated in East Asia well over 3,000 years ago. In addition to the complete protein, soybeans offer the following vitamins and minerals: Folate, Selenium, Potassium, Magnesium, Manganese, Calcium, Zinc, Iron, Vitamin E, Vitamin C, Many B-complex vitamins, Phosphorus, Antioxidants, Phenolic acids, Sapanonins, Fiber and Omega-6 fatty acids.

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