Find out whether the amount and diversity of probiotics from food is comparable to probiotic supplements, and how popular probiotic foods rank in probiotic value.
I'll be taking a closer look at kimchi, kefir, yogurt, sauerkraut, and kombucha to see if you can get enough probiotics from food alone, and when you might want to opt for a supplement.
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01:29 Common fermented foods
02:50 Why my thinking has changed on probiotic foods
04:23 The probiotic value of popular fermented foods
08:55 “The better I eat, the worse I feel”
12:51 Are foods or supplements more effective?
14:44 Do probiotics actually cause brain fog?
18:22 Probiotic food recommendation
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