Before you add probiotic supplements to your regiment, consider first consuming real, whole foods, which offer an entire array of benefits, like vitamins, minerals, fiber, and more, rather than only offering probiotics in isolation.
Start by adding some of the following foods to your diet:
2. Cultured Vegetables (Sauerkraut and Kimchi)
4. Coconut Kefir
8. Raw Cheese
9. Apple cider vinegar
10. Salted gherkin pickles
11. Brine-cured olives
I love, love, love Sauerkraut! Did you know that they called some early Germans “Kraut?” I did mention I am German, did I?
Apple cider vinegar is something I consume daily. I discovered it several years ago when I had lots of problems with allergies and my sinuses. It might take a little getting used to, but now I love it.
I had not heard about Coconut Kefir, but that’s something I definitely want to try out. I am off the dairy, but my parents always had kefir cultures in the fridge when I was a kid. They never tried forcing this sour drink on me though. 😌
If you are curious as well, here’s an article with everything you ever wanted to know about Coconut Kefir, including how to make it: