My story 
Life was exhausting! Up at 5am, home at 5pm stressed both physically and mentally. I constantly felt too tired to enjoy playing with my children and couldn't give them the attention I wanted to. Something had to change. 
I tried using meditation on the train to try and re-energise before I got home. This did help but it takes a lot of practice and I struggled to block out distractions. Then I tried Floatation Therapy. With all distractions removed, my mind eventually went silent... followed by complete clarity. I realised I needed to allocate my time better; I also felt like I was able to find that extra mental and physical energy I needed. I used Floatation Therapy as a tool to focus on a change in career and a change in life priorities. 
Float & Booch 
Float - to be kind to your mind. 
Booch - to be good to your gut! 

Improves Digestive Health 

The probiotics produced during fermentation can help restore the balance of friendly bacteria in your gut and may alleviate some digestive problems.  
For these reasons, adding fermented foods to your diet may be useful if you regularly experience gut issues. 

Boosts Your Immune System 

The bacteria that live in your gut have a significant impact on your immune system. 
Due to their high probiotic content, fermented foods can give your immune system a boost and reduce your risk of infections like the common cold. 

Other Potential Benefits 

Studies have shown that fermented foods may also promote: 
Mental health: A few studies have linked the probiotic strains Lactobacillus helveticus and Bifidobacterium longum to a reduction in symptoms of anxiety and depression. Both probiotics are found in fermented foods (25Trusted Source, 26Trusted Source).  
Weight loss: While more research is needed, some studies have found links between certain probiotic strains — including Lactobacillus rhamnosus and Lactobacillus gasseri — and weight loss and decreased belly fat (27Trusted Source, 28Trusted Source).  
Heart health: Fermented foods have been associated with a lower risk of heart disease. Probiotics may also modestly reduce blood pressure and help lower total and “bad” LDL cholesterol (3Trusted Source, 29Trusted Source, 30Trusted Source, 31Trusted Source). 
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