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Unlock the Power of Probiotics and Active Cultures with Natural Foods!

Unlock the Power of Probiotics and Active Cultures with Natural Foods!

When it comes to our health, we all want to give our bodies the best. Probiotics and active cultures have been shown to have tremendous benefits for gut health, but what are they? And how can you get them in your diet? In this post, we will explore why probiotics and active cultures are so important for your health and discuss some natural ways to get them into your daily routine.

What Are Probiotics?

Probiotics are live bacteria that can be beneficial for overall health, especially when it comes to gastrointestinal issues. They help maintain a healthy balance of bacteria in the gut. Studies show that consuming probiotic-rich foods can reduce inflammation in the gut, improve digestion and absorption of nutrients, as well as bolster the immune system.

What Are Active Cultures?

Active cultures, also known as fermented foods, are foods that have undergone a fermentation process which preserves them while also adding beneficial probiotic bacteria. Examples include kimchi, kombucha, sauerkraut and kefir. These foods are high in probiotic bacteria and contain vitamins such as B12 and folate as well as prebiotic carbs which help feed the good bacteria in your gut. Research from Stanford University suggests that these active cultures increase the diversity of our gut microbiome which is essential for optimal health.

Natural Ways to Get Probiotics & Active Cultures

Getting the right amount of probiotics and active cultures into your diet doesn't have to be difficult or boring! You can find probiotic-rich foods at most grocery stores or make them yourself using easy recipes like kombucha or apple cider vinegar (ACV). ACV is particularly helpful because it contains a wide variety of live active cultures including lactobacillus acidophilus, yeast and prebiotic carbohydrates which create an ecosystem of beneficial microorganisms in your gut. Even if you don't enjoy drinking ACV straight up, try adding a tablespoon or two to your favorite morning smoothie or try Numo’s ACV Metabolism gummy ;-). 


Incorporating more probiotics and active cultures into your diet is an easy way to ensure that you're getting all the essential vitamins and minerals you need for optimal health. There's no need to sacrifice taste either - there are plenty of delicious recipes out there that incorporate these beneficial bacteria without being overly sour or bitter. By taking advantage of natural sources like ACV or making fermented dishes like kimchi at home, you can easily add more probiotics and active cultures into your diet for improved digestive health!


* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.