- Posted September 25, 2013 by
Wondering how to get more probiotics into your diet?
Not all yogurts are the same, so watch out for yogurts filled with sugars and syrups. Instead, pick yogurts that have natural ingredients and say “live and active cultures” for maximum health and probiotics benefits.
Popular in Japanese restaurants, miso soup is a tofu and vegetable broth soup that’s low in calories and high in probiotics and protein. Often available at the grocery store to make at home, it’s a healthy and delicious break from the normal canned soup.
Soy naturally contains some probiotic benefits, but new soy milk products on the market have added extra live cultures. Look for labels that say “live and active cultures” to be sure.
Who knew this delicious pickled cabbage dish also contained probiotics? Add a scoop on your favorite hot dog or eat as a side dish.
Though it’s relatively new to the market, there are a few types of milk that contain added probiotics. Some research has concluded that probiotic milk may cause gas and bloating in kids and the elderly, so check with your doctor to make sure it’s okay for use in your home.
Delicious and nutritious – really! Dark chocolate contains probiotics and antioxidants to keep your stomach healthy and your sweet tooth satisfied.
Whether you like them sweet or dill, pickles contain a good amount of probiotics for your system. Add to your sandwiches for some crunch.
A popular Korean side dish, kimchi is fermented and pickled cabbage that can be very spicy. Filled with vitamins, calcium, and probiotics; it’s an excellent and hot way to stay healthy.
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