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Probiotics + Prebiotic Fiber

Oct 06, 2020


Prebiotics & Probiotics


Prebiotics are a type of fiber that the human body cannot digest. They serve as food for probiotics, which are tiny living microorganisms, including bacteria and yeast needed for a healthy digestive system. 


Prebiotics and probiotics support helpful bacteria and other organisms in the gut.  Both support the body in building and maintaining a healthy colony full of good bacteria and other microorganisms, all while supporting and aiding in digestion.  


Using the Grow Young Fitness Probiotics + Prebiotic Fiber will help promote beneficial bacteria and provide an environment where healthy microorganisms can flourish. 


Prebiotics are also present in fiber rich foods, such as fruits and vegetables. Probiotics occur in many fermented foods, including yogurt, sauerkraut, and tempeh.


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Benefits in Digestive Health:  

Numerous studies have found that probiotics may improve digestive health.


Benefits in Mental Health: 

Some research has found that probiotics may alleviate the symptoms of depression.  It is possible that probiotics have this effect because there is a link between gut and positive brain health.


Benefits in Gastrointestinal Health: 

The results of studies generally suggest that people with disorders affecting the stomach and intestines see improvements with the use of probiotics.  For example, some trials in people with irritable bowel syndrome found that probiotics seem to improve the symptoms of this condition. 


Benefits to your General Health:

There is lots of evidence supporting the potential benefits of probiotics.  Probiotics may decrease the need for antibiotics and also lower the risk of the common cold.  Also reduce the incidence of ventilator-assisted pneumonia or gestational diabetes or eczema.  



Prebiotics are a component of some foods we eat that the body cannot digest. They serve as food for bacteria and other beneficial organisms in the gut.



The benefits of prebiotics also have links to the benefits of probiotics. Prebiotics may support a healthy gut, offering better digestive health, fewer antibiotic-related health problems, and other benefits.  There is less research on prebiotics than on probiotics.  As a result, the extent to which prebiotics improve health is unclear.

However, some research suggests that prebiotics may benefit the body by improving calcium absorption and also helping how quickly the body can process carbohydrates.  It has also shown to support probiotic growth of gut bacteria, potentially enhancing that digestion and metabolism.  


Prebiotics and Probiotics Together-

Prebiotics serve as food for probiotics, so probiotics need access to prebiotics to work effectively. 


People who eat a balanced, varied, and healthful diet will get many prebiotics and probiotics through their food.  


If your diet contains processed foods, it is always a good idea to be taking a probiotic supplement.


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Many foods are rich in probiotics, including:

  • yogurt
  • kefir
  • fermented foods, such as sauerkraut and kimchi
  • kombucha
  • fermented cheeses, such as Gouda


It is also important to know the variety of foods that you should add to your diet to ensure you are consuming a range of prebiotics.  

These include:

  • high-fiber foods, such as some fruits and vegetables.


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