You Should Know
March 2017 Issue
Prebiotics, to Feed Your Good Bacteria
Eating more prebiotic foods may help your microflora flourish.
From yogurt to kombucha to supplements, probiotics appear to be on the tip of everyone’s tongue, literally and figuratively. Probiotics are live bacteria and are believed to have properties that improve digestive health. Lactobacillus found in yogurt and other fermented foods is just one example.
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