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Autumn allies

Autumn usually receives us with colds, grips and low defenses. For this reason it is important to be able to prevent and confront the new station with strength and vitality. Traditional Chinese medicine gives us Miso and Kuzu, medicinal products that strengthen our body. MISO Miso means Source of taste. It is a paste from ancient China where its base is soy fermented with sea salt for 2 years. Depending on the variety, a certain cereal is added. It is an ingredient that is used in little quantity because of its salty taste. But this fact does not reduce its importance to its great properties. It is rich in proteins, minerals (magnesium, calcium and iron) and rich in vitamins A B, E, B9. It is rich in vitamin B12 thanks to the ferments, but it does not have to be the only source of B12 since it does not have a high bioavailability. WHAT IS SOMETHING THERE?: • Hatcho Miso: His base is soybeans only. The strongest of taste and salty. A great ally in times of cold or moments of low vitality. • Mugi Miso: Made from soy and barley. Rich in proteins and minerals. Used in winter. • Genmai Miso: Made from soy and whole rice, making the minerals increase. Its taste is soft and it is good to use it in summer. • Kome Miso: Made from soy and white rice. Smoother taste, therefore it is better to use it in summer. Keep in mind that there is pasteurized and fresh miso, the latter is the one that contains more enzymes and properties, but you must also know that its preservation is more delicate. • Important: Never bake it, since ferments are destroyed. You must add it once the baking is finished. • How to use it: The ideal dose is one teaspoon per person. It is used to make soups, creams, seasoning vegetables or cereals, making pâtés, medicinal beverages ... PROPERTIES • Digestive system, in case of diarrhea, constipation, gastroenteritis, gases, stomach acid ... Thanks to the wealth in digestive enzymes (amylase, protease and lipase). • Cardiovascular system, cholesterol, arteriosclerosis ... It is rich in linoleic acid, phytosterols and soy lecithin that help to balance the fat. • Female reproductive and hormonal system thanks to isoflavones. Menopause, osteoporosis, fogots ... • Antioxidant as it reduces free radicals. Very interesting for people who are in contact with electromagnetic radiation and smokers. • Powerful alkalizing, reducing acidity due to excess sugar, saturated fat, refined, stimulating ... • Rich in sodium, therefore it is necessary to monitor in the case of hypertensive or restricted diets in sodium (salt).