9 Foods That Provide Probiotic Beneficial Bacteria

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These cheeses are produced by lactic acid bacteria fermented for several days, weeks or even years. You can add 30g or ½ cup of soft cheese into snack on weekdays, which help provide probiotic, enhance protein, calcium for the body.

Probiotics are useful bacteria or yeast supporting to restore the balance in the intestinal tract. Therefore, the biological products containing probiotic beneficial bacteria have an important role to health. They can maintain the balance of intestinal bacteria, enhancing intestinal health and the immune system.

1.        Cheese

Not all cheeses are good sources of probiotics for the body, but some fermented soft cheeses, such as cheddar, Swiss cheese, Parmesan cheese... containing probiotics can survive in the gut, help clean intestinal tract and strengthen your health.

These cheeses are produced by lactic acid bacteria fermented for several days, weeks or even years. You can add 30g or ½ cup of soft cheese into snack on weekdays, which helps provide probiotic, enhance protein, calcium for the body.

2.        Butter

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Butter

Through fermentation, lactic acid can also make butter have a rich amount of probiotics. But one thing you need to know is the high temperature will make this food easily spoiled. So, to use butter as a good source of probiotics for the body, you should limit the processing way through high temperature such as cooking, baking... You’d better add it to beverages, cold soup or salad.

3.        Wine

The study found that if you drink two glasses of red wine per day, the number of beneficial bacteria in the intestinal tract will increase significantly. However, patients with high blood pressure, obesity should drink one glass per day to prevent increasing cholesterol level.

4.        Tempeh

Tempeh is a fermented soy product, solid white, whole grain, originating from Indonesia. It is a grain that is extremely rich in vitamin B12 and probiotics making digestive system healthy and enhance general health. You can use this food to fry, bake or make salad. Therefore, it can be good substitutes for meat or tofu if you do not want to eat those foods.

5.        Kombucha tea

Kombucha tea is a fermented tea containing a large amount of probiotic beneficial bacteria, which helps make the intestinal tract healthy.

However, it should be noted that Kombucha tea is not suitable for everyone, especially those who have problems with candida mushroom.

Description: Kombucha tea

Kombucha tea

6.        Pistachio

50-100g of pistachio per day will increase the healthy level of intestinal tract. However, the fruits themselves do not contain probiotics, they only contain prebiotics. Prebiotics are the food of probiotics. They stimulate the activity of probiotics when they go to the colon.

7.        Miso soup

Miso is made ​​from rye, soy or fermented rice; this process will produce biological products. It is one of the traditional Japanese foods and is commonly used in vegetarian cooking to adjust digestion. Adding a spoon of miso with hot water will create a soup extremely rich in probiotics. However, you need to control the daily intake because miso contains much salt.

8.        Kimchi

Kimchi is the bitter fermented cabbage, often used in meals in Korea. Kimchi is one of the best probiotic foods you can add to your diet. In addition to beneficial bacteria, kimchi is also a source of beta-carotene, calcium, iron and vitamin A, C, B1 and B2, which helps prevent the appearance of infectious diseases.

Description: Kimchi

Kimchi

9.        Banana, oatmeal and honey

These three foods contain probiotics, but they only contain prebiotics. They are complex sugars, and most importantly, they help stimulate the growth of beneficial bacteria, and a threat of harmful bacteria. You can combine these foods in a dish for breakfast. They can provide the biological products with high quality for digestive system and promote intestinal health.

 
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