Probiotics help to restore good bacteria in the gut, which is necessary for proper immune function, nutrient absorption, optimal digestion, and more.
Most people do not get enough probiotics from the foods they eat, so supplementing with a high-quality probiotic is often beneficial. A lack of probiotics can contribute to digestive issues, skin issues, sickness, and bad bacteria overgrowth. (Not good.)
Some foods that are great probiotics are anything fermented like real greek yogurt, kefir, sauerkraut, kombucha, raw cheese, apple cider vinegar, and more.
Prebiotics are fiber compounds that feed probiotics so both are necessary!
Some great food sources of prebiotics mainly come from veggies like raw leeks, raw asparagus, raw or cooked onions, raw asparagus, and garlic.
Digestive issues? Try adding in some of these pre and probiotics at the same time and see if it helps!