The Probiotic Kitchen
by Kelli Foster
Optimum gut health without supplements
Doctors and nutritionists agree that prebiotics and probiotics are essential for health and nutrition, adding "good bacteria" to the human gut, crowding out "bad bacteria," and fostering the absorption of nutrients through the intestinal walls. Probiotics also aid in the relief of chronic health issues, such as irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), and other occasional belly discomfort. They have anti-inflammatory properties, too.
More than 100 delectable and utterly appealing recipes feature all the all-natural, probiotic-rich foods that are available now, from yogurts and aged cheeses to miso, kombucha, good old-fashioned pickles—even chocolate! For optimum probiotic nutrition, it's time to say goodbye to supplements and pills.
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|Release Date:||December 17, 2019|