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fermented-foods-kimchi-1-580Fermented foods are quickly gaining popularity. Reason is, because they are an excellent source of probiotics. Probiotics help promote good digestion and good bacteria in the gut. Make sure you include these foods in your diet.

Miso
This fermented soybean-based product is rich in probiotics because it’s made with a “starter” of lactic acids. Miso soup is not only delicious but a very strong promoter for improved digestion.

Kombucha
This delicious fermented tea is packed with beneficial bacteria that will improve your digestion and eliminate bad bacterias in the gut.

Fermented Vegetables
Pile on the sauerkraut and kimchi; they’re both fermented with strains of beneficial lactic acid bacteria. As an added bonus, many fermented vegetables have a long shelf life and could be stored for 

Fermented Cheeses
Some cheeses, such as Gouda, cheddar, and Swiss, are made with lactic acid bacteria. While the probiotic content does vary, it can’t hurt to ask the person behind the counter at your local cheese shop to point you in the direction of a great Gouda.

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