Follow your gut to digestive health
|Follow your gut to digestive health||Darrell Miller||04/30/19|
April 30, 2019 04:02 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: Follow your gut to digestive health
"Microbiome" is the term that refers to the good and bad bacteria that resides within your digestive system. When that bacteria is in healthy balance, you have optimal equilibrium in your gut. Prebiotics and probiotics can contribute to this balance, enhancing your overall digestive health. You can get prebiotics and probiotics from both supplements and food. By making an effort to maintain a healthy microbiome, you will reap the benefits of overall immune support, heart health, an improved mood, and regularity in your bowel movements.
- Probiotics are healthy bacteria that live inside a person's gut, while prebiotics are the fibers that fuel probiotics.
- Some examples of prebiotic fibers are lentils, different kinds of beans, and fruits and vegetables.
- Yogurts, kefir, fermented vegetables, and kombucha are examples of probiotic foods.
"While all fiber is important to feeling your best every day, only certain fibers are what we call prebiotics."
Read more: https://www.austindailyherald.com/2019/03/follow-your-gut-to-digestive-health/