Fermented foods like yoghurt, sauerkraut, kefir, kimchi, kombucha and miso are particularly rich sources of probiotics – the beneficial bacteria in your digestive system that help keep it running smoothly while also making it tough for bad bacteria to multiply. That said, don’t be tempted to pop a probiotic pill and call it a day. Each kind of probiotic has different properties and benefits. While a pill might have only one or a few probiotic strains, foods tend to have a much bigger mix. BONUS: A leaner you. Research shows that people who eat yoghurt three to seven times a week tend to have less body fat.
CHECK NONDAIRY YOGHURT LABELS FOR THE PROBIOTICS L. BULGARICUS & S. THERMOPHILUS.