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  1. Prebiotics & Probiotics To Promote Gut Health
    Prebiotics and probiotics are vital components in some foods and beverages and are now being added to many others. They play an important role in our health, including helping us to maintain a healthy digestive system
  2. Prebiotics & Probiotics
    1. Prebiotics
      • Sweet potatoes
      • Yuca or cassava
      • Jicama Chicory root
      • Other root veggies
      • Garlic
      • Onions
      • Green bananas
      • Cacao powder
      • Seaweed
      • Coconut and coconut flour
      • Cabbage
      • Hemp protein
      • Flax and chia seeds
      • Raspberries
      • Plantains
    2. Probiotics
      • Kimchi
      • Kefir
      • Other fermented foods
      • Kombucha
      • Full-fat, grass-fed yogurt
      • Miso
      • Tempeh
      • Apple cider vinegar
      • Sauerkraut
      • Dark chocolate
      • Fresh pickled vegetables
      • Goat cheese
      • Supplements
  3. Probiotics
    – Live microorganisms
    – Bacteria or yeast 
    – Available as food supplements and in certain foods containing live cultures such as yoghurt, kefir, aged cheese, kombucha, sauerkraut, or miso
    – Probiotics may support the treatment of diarrhea, irritable bowel syndrome, certain intestinal infections, prevent or reduce the severity of colds and flu or aid digestion
    – Non-living, non-digestible by human ingredient (carbohydrates)
    – Serve as food for friendly bacteria within the gut
    – Available as food supplements and naturally occurring in certain foods, such as chicory root, Jerusalem artichoke, onion, leek, garlic, raw oats, or banana
    – Prebiotics aid digestion and may support the treatment of several chronic digestive disorders or inflammatory bowel disease
  4. Banana Prebiotics Hack
    • Unripe – Low Sugar, Leaves you Full, Best for Probiotics
    • Ripe – Sweeter Taste, Low Glycemic, Cuts Bloating
    • Mature – Aids Immune Cells, More Antioxidants, Great for Baking
  5. If your gut microbiota is disturbed, can probiotics and prebiotics help?
    Probiotics and prebiotics may help normalize a gut microbiota disturbed by antibiotics or other stressors and in doing so, improve your health.
  6. The Pros of Probiotics & Good Gut Health
    • What are Probiotics?
      Probiotics are living bacteria that work together with your body providing numerous health benefits. They are beneficial bacteria that help maintain proper balance in your digestive system
    • 70-90% of your immune system is located in your GI tract.
    • We have 100 trillion bacteria in our colons, including over 1000 different types, with most of them being beneficial.
    • Human brain 3 lbs VS Bacteria living in a healthy body 3.5 lbs
    • “Probiotics are the next vitamins” – Dr Shekhar Challa
    • Even though probiotic-rich foods are healthful choices, you need to take a probiotic supplement to ingest enough bacteria to make a difference. Supplements are especially important if you’re treating a specific illness, such as IBS or other health issues.
  7. Prebiotics – Living microorganisms that benefit health when consumed in sufficient amounts.
    Prebiotic Foods – Fruits, Vegetables, Grains
    Probiotics – Substances in food that humans can’t digest, which probiotics use for energy. Many types of dietary fiber are prebiotic.
    Probiotic Foods – Yogurt, Kefir, Fermented Foods
  8. Prebiotic Labeling – You can also find prebiotics in foods like granola bars and cereals. Inulin and oligosaccharides are prebiotics that you might find in a food ingredients list.
    Probiotic Labeling – Not every kind of yogurt and fermented food contains probiotics. Look for the phrase “contains live and active cultures” and specific bacteria strains in the ingredients list.
  9. The Journey
    • Pre-and probiotics are found in food and supplements
    • Both travel to the lower digestive tract
    • Prebiotics are fermented by probiotics
    • Beneficial effects on our gut and overall health
  10. PRE-biotics – Food for bacteria, Substances that can only be metabolised by gut bacteria and not the human host.
    SYN-biotics – A combination of both pro and prebiotics.
    PrO-biotics – Live bacteria, active bacterial cultures.
  11. 6 Health Benefits of Prebiotics
    1. Improved digestion
    2. Stronger immune system
    3. Better nutrient absorption
    4. Sustainable weight loss
    5. Natural detoxification
    6. Stress support
  12. Prebiotic Killers
    • Consuming prebiotics with tea, caffeine or aerated drinks
    • Overuse of prescription antibiotics
    • Alcohol (except red wine)
    • Smoking
    • Sugar
    • GMO foods
    • Lack of exercise
    • Emotional stress
    • Over-sanitation
    • Poor sleep habits
    • Unhealthy fats
    • Tap water with chlorine and fluoride
  13. What is a Prebiotic?
    A prebiotic is food for beneficial members of your resident microbial community – we can’t digest prebiotics, but certain beneficial microbes can. Your resident microbes can produce a variety of beneficial compounds (for example, short-chain fatty acids) from the use of prebiotics. These can promote a healthy gut – and beyond. In more technical terms, a prebiotic is a substance that is selectively utilized by host microorganisms conferring a health benefit.
  14. Do we need both fiber and prebiotics?
    Most of us do not get enough fiber in our diets. Increasing fiber-rich foods and prebiotic-containing foods or supplements will help promote gut health and benefit your gut microbiota, too.
  15. The Difference Between Probiotics and Prebiotics
    Probiotics are alive
    Usually bacteria or yeast
    Aid digestion & other health benefits
    Good sources are: Yogurt, kefir, buttermilk, aged cheese, sauerkraut, kimchi, sourdough bread, miso, tempeh, kombucha, beer, wine.
    Serve as food for probiotics
    Prebiotics are a form of fiber
    Good sources are: Chicory root, Jerusalem artichoke and dandelions Foods you’ll actually eat: Garlic, leeks onions, whole wheat, fruits, vegetables, legumes
  16. Health Benefits of Prebiotics
    Black beans have 15g fiber per cup

    • Improve mineral absorption
    • Modulate immune system
    • Modulate satiety
    • Improve bowel habits
    • Reduce occasional constipation, diarrhea
    • Promote metabolic health (insulin resistance, healthy blood lipid levels)
    • Help with symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome
    • Reduce risk of allergy
  17. Probiotics Foods
    • Sauerkraut
    • Kombucha
    • Pickles
    • Yogurt
    • Miso Soup
    • Kimchi
  18. Kombucha
    Kombucha is very popular, both as a homemade probiotic beverage and commercially sold in stores. It produces beneficial bacteria for your gut. Kombucha tea has been extensively researched for everything from preventing cancer to helping us live longer lives. Kombucha is a powerful antioxidant, as well as a probiotic, that can prevent cell deterioration and build immunity. Remember that you must keep it raw to get those probiotic benefits!
  19. Kimchi
    Kimchi is spicy fermented cabbage that hails from Korea. You can make kimchi easily at home. You’ll need to wait for a couple of days for it to ferment but it’s worth the wait! If you eat just one or two forkfuls per day, you can gain the benefits of its probiotic content to help keep your digestion running smoothly.
  20. Sauerkraut
    Sauerkraut is a traditional food with a long history in eastern Europe and China. What makes krauts so beneficial is that they have probiotics as well as vitamins and fiber. Thus, it improves your digestion and provides vitamins and antioxidants. Plus, it’s very low-calorie and fits into most modern diet plans including ket, atkins, and weights watchers. It also fits perfectly in a vegan diet!