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People have been seeking the Fountain of Youth for thousands of years. Juan Ponce de Leon was allegedly in search of the fountain when he discovered Florida in 1513. One California based company, real food.real life, has discovered an "accidental" side effect of its line of fermented probiotic products – a modern day Fountain of Youth.

According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), "Probiotics are live microorganisms (in most cases, bacteria) that are similar to beneficial microorganisms found in the human gut. They are also called "friendly bacteria" or "good bacteria." Probiotics are available to consumers mainly in the form of dietary supplements and foods.

"We believe that in order to achieve your best health, you need to start with the highest quality whole food ingredients. We've gone back to premier ancient fermentation methods to bring you the best nutrition and the best probiotics for your health," explains Tamara Yapp, CEO and founder of real food.real life.

Yapp fairly gushes when she talks about probiotics and the fermentation process. It's clear she is very passionate about the subject and with good reason. It all started when, at 18 months of age, Yapp's once healthy baby boy, CJ, started to slip backwards. He stopped interacting with his parents and was eventually diagnosed as autistic. Yapp researched and tried everything she could find to "cure" CJ's autism, including taking him from one renowned, expensive doctor to another.

Then one day, she learned about the power of fermented foods and liquids, which are full of probiotics. These potent, pre-digested foods were like a miracle for CJ's digestive system. Adding probiotic foods to his diet profoundly healed his gut and enabled him to get the nutrients he needed from food. He started to grow and he started to interact with his family again.Yapp started experimenting with different fermented foods and finally created her [Link Removed] 

Yapp didn't just give CJ the fermented foods and hope for the best – she tried them as well. In fact, her whole family began consuming fermented probiotics. It became clear, quite quickly actually, that CJ wasn't the only one benefitting from a healthy gut.

Yapp likes to joke that on the road to healing her son, she found "the Fountain of Youth." She noticed that not only was digestion more efficient but her skin tone had a healthier glow as well. In addition, her mood was more balanced. She and her whole family had more energy and didn't feel the need to snack on sugary or processed foods.

"Fermented probiotics help my skin glow and keep my brain happy," says Yapp. "Feed the glow and feed your brain. When your gut is healthy, your whole body feels and looks better," she maintains.

The company offers liquids and powders. The liquids are designed to provide an abundance of enzymes, amino acids and healthy bacteria to replenish the beneficial gut bacteria you lose daily. The living beneficial bacteria in the fermented liquids could also help eliminate bad bacteria and yeast in the mouth on their way down to work in your gut and colon (you're supposed to "swish" it before you swallow it).

Powders and liquids can be used together synergistically, as the liquids prepare your body to receive the nutrition from the powders.

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