Are You Getting Probiotics In Your Diet?

Looking for a healthy breakfast that will jumpstart your day with probiotics, without having to sit down to a cup of yogurt every morning? You're in luck! There are plenty of alternative options to improve your gut health while savoring tasty foods. For most people, if yogurt isn't a stable in their diet, they more than likely aren't taking in probiotics in a different form elsewhere in their diet. This is a red flag because the good bacteria that regulates our bodies is super important. When those good guys are outnumbered by the bad ones, harmful bacteria can result in weight gain and inflammation in the body, regardless of whether you've changed up your routine for exercise and the foods you're eating.

Worried? You should be! The FDA, or the Food and Drug Administration, still don't regulate probiotic foods. But even so, your local supermarket alone is probably chock full of foods bursting with probiotics, so there's no need to worry too much. In fact, there are so many different brands of superfoods out on the market laced with probiotics; you may not know where to start. Luckily for you, this article covers eight foods that you can consider adding to the menu at home... or passing on entirely.

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Michael Hall

Michael Hall is a former architectural designer from Trenary, Michigan. A busy work schedule led to a life of poor health decisions and obnoxious discomfort -- until the light bulb went off. Now, Michael follows a health plan that works for him and through him, others.