Probiotics are beneficial forms of gut bacteria that help stimulate the natural enzymes and processes that keep our digestive organs functioning properly.
For these live bacteria to keep you healthy, you have to keep them healthy.
There are two ways to do this, and it is recommended to take a combination of both—take probiotic supplements and eating probiotic foods.
Here are three best sources for probiotics:
1. Yoghurt: is one of the best sources of probiotics, which are friendly bacteria that can improve your health. Yogurt is made from milk that has been fermented by friendly bacteria, mainly lactic acid bacteria and bifidobacteria.
2. Pickles: Believe it or not, the provincial pickle packs a punch of prime probiotics. In the U.S., the term “pickle” usually refers to pickled cucumbers specifically, but most vegetables can be pickled. All of them boast the same briny goodness and probiotic potential.