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Video from Australia expert nutritionist Chris Lynton The Health Guru about the Best Probiotics.
The Top 10 probiotic foods and natural ways to supplement.
Hi Chris Lynton here, the health guru, at www.TheHealthGuru.co, and also at www.ChrisLynton.com, if you’re interested in checking that out. Today we’ve got a short but very exciting video and a bit of information about the top ten best probiotic foods that are possible. Probiotics are very exciting; they’re massive in the media, and everybody’s talking about them and why you should get more and more in your diet, but nobody knows exactly how to do that and the best way to do that. Today, I’ve put together a short video on the top ten best foods that you can add to your diet daily to make sure that you’ve got a good balance of good digestive bacteria and you’re getting your balance of good and bad on the right track. Let’s get straight into it.
Probiotics, what are they? First and foremost, they’re a beneficial form of gut bacteria, the good bacteria that you hear a lot about, and they help stimulate natural digestive enzymes, juices, and stuff like that that keep our digestive organs and digestive track functioning properly and healthy. In addition to taking supplements, you can support your probiotic intake obviously with food, and that’s what we’re here to talk about today. All of us know there are many health benefits of probiotics, but no one exactly knows how to introduce those foods into the diet the right way and use them to supplement their diet at the same time. Let’s get into it.
Before I get into listing the food, I do recommend, where possible, trying to buy the organic versions of these foods, because they definitely have better strains of probiotics, much healthy strains of probiotics, and much higher strains of probiotics. First and foremost, let’s get into yogurt. Who would have guessed one of the best probiotic foods is live cultured yogurts? It’s not those highly processed and rich in sugar yogurts that you can find in your grocery store. What you’re looking for is live cultured yogurts, especially handmade or as unprocessed as possible. Look for brads that also use goat’s milk and have been infused with extra forms of probiotics. The reason for that is goat’s milk and goat’s cheese is high in probiotics, and certain strains are very beneficial for your digestive health. Make sure, when looking for yogurt, as I mentioned earlier, you’re reading the ingredient lists, because not all yogurts are made equally. That may surprise people. Make sure you’re checking out what yogurt you’re actually buying. Many popular brands are filled with high fructose corn syrup, artificial sweeteners, loads and loads of sugar, and artificial flavors added, etcetera. High fructose corn syrup is one of the biggest enemies today for anyone’s diet, whether it be increasing your risk to diabetes, increasing your risk to insulin, resistance, obesity, and also overconsumption of bad empty calories. It’s worse than sugar, even though sugar, white or plain sugar, is very bad. Natural organic goat’s milk, goat’s cheese, and ones that are handmade or as authentic as possible is what you want to look for for yogurts.
Second of all is keffa. It’s similar to yogurt. It’s a fermented dairy drink, and it uses a combination of goat’s milk and keffa grains. It’s high in some really good bacteria and is also rich in antioxidants, which is fantastic. I went into the US earlier this year, and keffa is growing in popularity and is massive in America at the moment. It’s sure to filter into the rest of the world as well. Look for a good organic version, once again, in your local health food store or you’ll probably see it popping up in grocery stores very soon. The popularity is bound to skyrocket. It’s very healthy, tastes great, and is a great way of getting some probiotics.
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