Comment les aliments fermentés aident à vieillir en bonne santé

Par Juliette Pouyat Publié le 30/07/2020 Mis à jour le 13/08/2020 Edition Abonné
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Grâce à leurs propriétés antioxydantes, anti-inflammatoires ou encore immunostimulantes, les aliments fermentés possèdent des vertus anti-âge. Détails.

La fermentation est une méthode de transformation et de stockage des aliments appliquée depuis plusieurs siècles. C’est un processus biochimique au cours duquel des bactéries ou des champignons microscopiques utilisent des glucides pour produire de l’énergie et de nouvelles molécules. La fermentation améliore la...

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