Prebiotics

Prebiotics, found in specific foods, are indigestible fibers and compounds that support the growth of beneficial gut bacteria. Serving as a nutritional source for probiotics, these microorganisms contribute to digestive health. Foods like garlic, onions, bananas, and whole grains are rich in prebiotics. By nurturing a balanced gut microbiota, prebiotics enhance digestion, facilitate nutrient absorption, and offer potential health advantages, including a reinforced immune system and diminished inflammation.

 

  • Diminished Inflammation
  • Immune System

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