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Five foods rich in probiotics that you should not miss for a Healthy Gut

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Probiotic foods are made up of living organisms that help improve our digestive system and the health of our body

Probiotics are an undeniable source of health benefits. These are living organisms that allow us to maintain our intestinal flora in adequate quantities, improving digestion and intestinal transit. For this reason, in this article, we are going to detail the best probiotic foods that should never be missing from our diet.

When we talk about natural probiotics we mean live microorganisms that are found in many foods without having to be added artificially. The fact of consuming natural probiotics allows us to add live microorganisms to our body, which are very beneficial.

Research has shown that our gut microbes play a significant role in regulating our health, mental health, and weight.

And additional research has suggested a way we might mend this imbalance: by eating fermented foods full of probiotics (and by also cutting out bad-microbe-feeding sugars and loading up on prebiotics.)

Studies have found natural probiotics can help alleviate IBS and IBD symptoms, anxiety symptoms, reduces risk of eczema in infants, and may help reduce seasonal allergy symptoms.

Another major benefit of probiotics is that they may help regulate weight. A study published in the British Journal of Nutrition found that overweight women who were put on a calorie-restricted diet and given a probiotic supplement for 12 weeks showed significantly higher weight loss than those given a placebo.

A possible mechanism, described by a summary in the journal Gut, is that probiotic foods help rebalance your gut bugs by creating an environment where the good guys can regain strength. The A-lister usually mentioned is yogurt, but the probiotic foods we’re about to discuss go way beyond breakfast.

Yoghurt

Yogurt is undoubtedly one of the most consumed probiotic-rich foods in the world. However, any yogurt that we buy in the supermarket is not worth it, because to contain these live microorganisms they must be natural, without having been pasteurized. Including yogurt in our daily diet will play an important role in our health. Of course, always with responsible consumption.

Raw cheese

Cheese made with raw milk, that is, not pasteurized, is quite rich in probiotics. Like yogurt, raw cheese has greater probiotic advantages than that extracted from the cow.

Kefir

Kefir is a powerful, health-promoting probiotic food, according to a Frontiers in Microbiology review. What’s particularly promising about kefir as a probiotic food is that its bacteria have been found to colonize the intestinal tract, which makes them more likely to confer their healing benefits to your gut.

Kimchi

The unique strains found in kimchi won’t just heal your gut, they might also help you stay slim: Researchers at Kyung Hee University in Korea induced obesity in lab rats by feeding them a high-fat diet and then fed one group of them Lactobacillus brevis, the culture strain found in kimchi. The probiotic suppressed the diet-induced increase in weight gain by 28 percent!

Olives and pickles

Easy and affordable to consume on a day-to-day basis. Olives and pickles in the form of gherkins, olives and others, are a type of food that contains live bacteria after the fermentation process of these vegetables, which can serve to take care of our florabacterial.

When you put these foods in vinegar, dairy bacteria and yeasts begin to ferment and grow inside. These are very beneficial for our body, since they will help improve intestinal transit, prevent gas, inflammation and stomach discomfort.

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