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Add These 7 Fermented Foods to Your Diet for a Healthy Gut

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Probiotics are live bacteria and yeasts that are good for you, especially your digestive system, according to WebMD. Probiotics, also known as “good” or “helpful” bacteria, help improve digestion, boost immunity, help us maintain a healthy weight and more.

Fermented foods and drinks, like kimchi and yogurt, are loaded with probiotics. The fermentation process makes the good bacteria grow.

For a healthy dose of probiotics, try adding these seven fermented foods to your daily diet.

1. Yogurt

yogurt with strawberries

Yogurt is the by-product of fermenting milk. Some yogurt with “Live & Active Cultures” seal guarantees 100 million probiotic cultures per gram (about 17 billion cultures in a 6-ounce cup) at manufacturing time, according to Eating Well.

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