Adding probiotics to a healthy diet is a great way to support gut health, immune function and controlling inflammation. Combining them with prebiotics, can help feed the microorganisms in your gut and keep it healthy, creating symbiotics. You can find prebiotics in almonds, apples, bananas, broccoli, flax seeds, garlic, onions, along with others.
Likewise, we get probiotics primarily from eating fiber-rich and fermented foods, like yogurt, sauerkraut, tempeh, kefir, miso, kombucha, kimchi, and so on. But you can also get them from natural supplements. Today, we would like to share two delicious recipes that are rich in probiotics:
- -100 gr of yogurt
- -1 Tsp of flax seeds
- -½ cup of the milk of your choice
- -1 Frozen banana
- -½ Tbsp unsweetened cocoa power
- -Blend all ingredients until smooth.
- -Pour into glasses.
- -Top with cacao nibs if desired.
- -Serve with your favorite straw.
- -1 cup of cooked brown rice
- -½ cup of sauerkraut
- -½ tablespoon raw pumpkin seeds
- -1 cup of boiled broccoli
- -½ cup of roasted chicken
- -Serve the brown rice in a bowl, top it with broccoli, pumpkin seeds, chicken and sauerkraut, drizzling it with the dressing of your choice.
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Taylor, M. (2020, August 24). The 7 Best Probiotic Supplements in 2020, According to a Doctor and Dietitian. Prevention. https://www.prevention.com/food-nutrition/g33704757/best-probiotic-supplements/
Rautava, S. (n.d.). Maternal probiotic supplementation during pregnancy and breast-feeding reduces the risk of eczema in the infant. PubMed. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/23083673/