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Eating fermented and probiotic-rich foods with each meal is the optimal way to nurture your microbiome health. We’ve come up with a few creative suggestions for easily increasing your intake of probiotic-rich foods.
Pre and Pro? Nope, it's not a typo. As you embrace a healthier lifestyle, it's equally important to incorporate both prebiotics and probiotics into your diet. In fact, without prebiotics, it's possible that your other efforts to fix your gut may be in vain. Here's why.
You know your gut needs fixing, but where to start? If you’ve been asking yourself, “How do I improve my gut health?” or “How do I change my gut bacteria?” then stick around because we’ve got answers. We know making diet and lifestyle changes can be overwhelming, so let’s start with the basics.
There's two things that make this salad extra special. First of course is the tangy addition of our warm and spicy, probiotic and fermented green beans. Second is the delicious dressing, we opted for extra virgin olive oil blended with the brine from the green beans (no mayo here.)