What is the difference between Probiotics and Prebiotics?
Probiotics are tiny living organisms, that are good for your body, kind of like little helpers that live in your gut.
They’re found in certain foods like yogurt, kefir, and fermented vegetables, like sauerkraut.
These little helpers are good for your body, because they help keep your gut healthy.
Your gut is where your body digests food, and gets rid of waste, and when it’s healthy, you feel better all around.
Prebiotics, are not living organisms like probiotics.
They are special types of fiber found in foods like bananas, onions, garlic, and oats.
Prebiotics are important, because they help feed the good bacteria (probiotics), that live in your gut.
When you eat foods with prebiotics, you’re basically giving your little gut helpers the food they need, to stay healthy and strong.
Together, they work to keep your gut healthy, and help you feel your best!
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