Many people have never heard of prebiotics, let alone what their function is. Essentially, they are a type of fiber that feeds friendly probiotic bacteria, allowing them to function more effectively. Therefore, it’s just as important to consume enough prebiotics as probiotics. But where can you find them? The following are eight excellent food sources.
You’ve likely heard of kefir before (and maybe even tried it), but how much do you really know about what’s going on behind the scenes in this delicious, nutritious, “living” beverage. Here are 10 superfood facts on kefir!
It’s important to eat probiotic-rich foods because they can help strengthen our immune system, aid digestive health, and lower blood pressure! Not sure where to find probiotics? Start eating more of these 8 probiotic-rich foods (that aren’t yogurt)…
Recent findings, uncovered in a study at the University of California, Davis, confirms that children given probiotics to promote “good” bacteria in the intestine and aid digestion, may develop fewer skin issues. The study primarily focused on those at risk of eczema, a common skin condition experienced by one in five infants. During the study, […]