The 19 Best Prebiotic Foods and Why You Should Add Them to Your Diet
Fibers and natural sugars that help grow of the good bacteria in your intestine are called prebiotics. Together with probiotics, which are healthful bacteria, they help to improve our health. At the present moment, prebiotics is a relatively new field of research. Many studies are needed to investigate all the health benefits of prebiotic foods. Nevertheless, they are considered a valuable dietary component. This is the ultimate list of foods that are the best-known sources of prebiotics:
- Jerusalem artichokes
- Onions, shallots, and spring onions
- Savoy cabbage
- Red kidney beans, baked beans, and soybeans
- Custard apples
- Pistachio nuts
Most of the prebiotic foods are suitable for vegans and people following other nutrition plans, making it possible for them to eat a well-balanced and healthful diet that also adds to good gut health.
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