Probiotics And Prebiotics: What’sThe Difference? – Infographic

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Prebiotics are found in indigestible carbohydrates. However, there are certain bacteria present in the stomach that feed on these prebiotics.

Probiotics are active bacteria with many advantages to our health. They exist in some particular foods. 

Importance of Good Gut Bacteria

  • Provision of short-chain fatty acids 
  • Defense against dangerous bacteria and fungi
  • Controlled inflammation
  • Signaling to the immune system
  • Formation of Vitamin K

Considering that both good and bad bacteria are present in our gut, we must consciously consume meals that facilitate development of the good bacteria. Foods with excess fats and sugars facilitate the growth of bad gut bacteria. 

 Prebiotic Foods: There are organic foods that have prebiotics as a natural constituent. These foods are better than synthesized prebiotics. Prebiotics are a constituent of indigestible fiber that can only be processed by good gut bacteria. Prebiotic foods are onions, bananas, legumes, berries, garlic, asparagus, and more.

 Probiotic Foods: These foods organically possess active bacteria. These bacteria are advantageous to our health. These bacteria can be found in yogurt and fermented foods like kefir, kimchi, sauerkraut, and kombucha tea. 

Probiotic Supplements: These are manufactured substances, like capsules, which hold active bacteria that are advantageous to human health. However, there are various brands of such supplements, and not all are reliable. 

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