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Best Probiotics and Prebiotics Food


Probiotics are live bacteria (aka good or helpful bacteria) and yeast that lives in your guts and are immensely good for your gut and immune health. Prebiotics are non-digestible food ingredients (such as fiber) that promote the growth of probiotics (live bacteria and beneficial microorganisms) in your guts.

Probiotics or prebiotics can be found in our daily food source and we can incorporate them into our meals for a healthier and stronger immune system.

Top Probiotics Food List

Top Probiotics Food List

Top Probiotics Food:-

  1. Yogurt
  2. German Sauerkraut
  3. Korean Kimchi
  4. Japanese Miso soup
  5. Japanese Natto
  6. Kefir (Middle Asia, India, etc)
  7. Lassi
  8. Kombucha
  9. Sourdough Bread
  10. Soft Cheese
  11. Acidophilus milk (cultured milk)
  12. Buttermilk
  13. Sour Pickles
  14. Tempeh (Indonesia, Malaysia)
  15. Apple Cider Vinger (or ACV Gummies)
  16. All sorts of fermented food
  17. Probiotics supplement

What is prebiotics food?

Prebiotics can be a healthy and affordable way to improve your probiotics. This is especially if you dislike the tastes of rich probiotics food. In contracts, prebiotics foods can be found in many fiber-rich vegetables and fruits. They can be an affordable way too to improve your immune and gut health.

Prebiotics food source

Prebiotics food source

Top Prebiotics food:-

  1. Apple
  2. Banana
  3. Blueberries
  4. Barley
  5. Spinach
  6. Pulses, beans, lentils, peas, chickpeas, etc
  7. Oats
  8. Garlic
  9. Onions
  10. Dandelion Greens
  11. Asparagus
  12. Leeks
  13. Jerusalem Artichoke (aka Earth Apple)
  14. Seaweed
  15. Wheat bran
  16. Konjac root (elephant yam)
  17. Cocoa (dark chocolate rather than usual chocolate)
  18. Chia and Flaxseed
  19. Whole grains (wholemeal bread or brown/red rice instead of white bread/rice)
  20. Burdock root
  21. Prebiotics supplement (Such as Greenmix fruits and vegetable prebiotics supplements)

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