Prebiotics

Prebiotics are a soluble dietary fibers, used to stimulate the activity, or the growth of probiotics in our digestive tract. Prebiotic fibers are not digestible for humans, or we can digest them very poorly, and the only value of dietary prebiotics is to maintain our intestinal microbiota healthy. There is some scientific debate upon the classification of prebiotics, but generally, we can call prebiotic any substance that stimulates our intestinal microflora. 

This page lists various information about prebiotics such as health benefits, dietary sources, side effects, safety measures, etc... 

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Garlic - Photo by Matěj BaťhaThe list of foods containing prebiotics is quite large, and there are a lot of delicious foods with a high content of prebiotic fibers, and if you plan properly your daily diet, you shouldn’t need supplements. However, prebiotics need to be carefully balanced with probiotics, otherwise they can cause a lot of abdominal discomfort.

Bragg Organic Vinegar Apple Cider

"Live", unpasteurized apple cider vinegar is one of those simple folk medicines that cures many health problems, but is never credited properly. Whether you take it with water, or in salads, or just dab it on your skin, it just works.
 
Bragg ACV is organic raw apple cider vinegar, it is unfiltered, unheated and unpasteurized. This is the best form of vinegar which ensures that all the active elements in the vinegar are not killed by processing. The mother is not filtered so you can benefit to maximum of the active ingredients in vinegar.

Prebiotin - Prebiotic Fiber

Prebiotin is an original formula, containing both fructooligosaccharide, and inulin. By combining FOS and inulin we target feeding various bacteria in the gut. Prebioting is an oligofructose enriched inulin. 

Inulins are known to improve cholesterol and triglycerides, and to stimulate the growth of Lactobacilli and Bifidobacteria cultures.

Oligofructose selectively stimulate the butyrate producing bacteria. Butyrate is an important short chain fatty acid, with role in immunity, gi health, and gut microbiome's composition.

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