Miso is essentially fermented soybeans and grains. Fermentation of food creates a wealth of beneficial bacteria which strengthen the human immune system. Miso is rich in probiotics. Miso requires the fermentation starter, koji. Koji has many beneficial, fungal microorganisms, mainly Aspergillus oryzae and the yeast, Saccharomyces rouxii. 75 percent of the human immune system is in the digestive tract. Miso ensures the delicate balance of beneficial bacteria is kept in check. People struggling with gastrointestinal disorders like Leaky Gut Syndrome should add miso soup to their regular meals because the fermented superfood can ease symptoms. Miso soup is a delicious way to improve your health.
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