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What's the best probiotic food?

Kefir is very different from yogurt. Kefir contains a high number of diverse strains of microorganisms, including friendly yeast. Kefir is also much easier for people with lactose intolerance to consume because the lactose in kefir is almost non-existent. Plain organic grass-fed kefir is a much better option than yogurt to get probiotics.

Sauerkraut also contains a high number of different strains of friendly bacteria. Just make sure the sauerkraut you consume is unpasteurized. In addition to probiotics, sauerkraut contains fiber, vitamin C, vitamin K1, vitamin K2, vitamin U, potassium, and even certain phytonutrients.

Kimchi is full of powerful superfoods, and it contains unique strains of friendly bacteria. It’s also high in vitamin C, vitamin K1, vitamin K2, potassium, and B vitamins. If you want to try to get probiotics from pickles, make sure they are lacto-fermented pickles.

Also, make sure they are unpasteurized and keep them in a refrigerator or root cellar.

Last updated: Jun 10, 2024 15:18 PM