Three Probiotic Foods to Add to Your Diet

Probiotics are beneficial bacteria that live in your gut. They help keep your gut healthy and aid in digestion. They also play a role in immunity, metabolism, detoxification, and the production of vitamins and neurotransmitters like serotonin.

This impacts the body positively by helping improve mood, alleviate depression and anxiety, improve memory and even boost energy levels. So it makes sense why so many happy customers have made taking probiotic supplements like Global Health Trax’s SevenLac a regular part of their routine. 

If you’re looking for a little extra boost to take your gut health to the next level, augmenting your current probiotic regimen with certain foods can make a world of difference by introducing even more good bacteria into your body. 

Below, we’ve listed three foods that are perfect for your gut health and why:

Probiotic Foods for Gut Health

Yogurt

A household staple for many families, yogurt has been helping people regulate their digestive health for centuries. Because it’s created using active cultures, yogurt is teeming with bacteria that can help turn the tides of the constant battle that’s happening inside your gut. 

A recent study by the U.S. Department of Agriculture Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging at Tufts University concluded that yogurt: 

  • Changes the microflora of the gut
  • Decreases the time food takes to go through the bowel
  • Enhances the body’s immune system 

It’s so good for you that it’s even shown promising results when addressing certain gastrointestinal conditions like lactose intolerance, colon cancer, and Inflammatory bowel disease.

Kimchi

Never tried Korean food? Maybe it’s time you start! Found as a side dish at any Korean restaurant, kimchi is a far eastern favorite, made by fermenting bok choy using a special paste. It’s incredibly flavorful, and more importantly, a fantastic option for anyone wanting to take their gut health to the next level. 

That’s because the same fermentation process that creates kimchi’s trademark flavor also encourages droves of good bacteria to multiply. It’s been known to help regulate your immune system, promote weight loss, fight inflammation, and even contribute to slowing the aging process. 

Kombucha

The final food on our list that we recommend for anyone looking to supplement their probiotic intake is kombucha. This fermented tea drink has taken America by storm over the last few years, and for good reason. Its slight effervescence makes it a fantastic alternative to soda, and it’s chock-full of the very same good bacteria that our bodies yearn for. 

Made with three basic ingredients: yeast, sugar, and black tea; kombucha’s power comes from the symbiotic colony of bacteria and yeast that converts the sugars in the tea into energy to create even more good bacteria. It has a reputation for improving digestion, ridding your body of toxins, and boosting energy. 

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