Have You Tried These Foods for Gut Health?

By - Mrini Devnani


The buzz around gut health has centered on fermented foods. But a wealth of options await! Let's learn more about probiotics and prebiotics.


Cheese is a rich source of bacterial cultures. Another option is miso which brims with probiotics, particularly when unpasteurized. Beyond monounsaturated fats, olives consist of polyphenols and probiotic bacteria.


From humble button mushrooms to exotic varieties, all boast high fiber content and unique bioactive compounds. Canned or dried pulses like beans and lentils are excellent sources of fiber and polyphenols, supporting gut health.


Opt for minimally processed or unprocessed foods to maximize nutritional benefits. Don’t forget to include a variety of probiotic and prebiotic foods into your diet to support a diverse gut microbiome.


Prioritize whole, minimally processed foods for sustained gut health and overall well-being. Explore these options and uncover vitality in a new way! 

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