12 Foods High In Probiotics That Isn’t Yogurt

You can only eat so much Siggis…

There is a lot to love about probiotics because it helps for better digestion, stronger immune system, boost energy and even clearer skin.

People may only know that the only way to get probiotics is through yogurt or supplements, luckily there are other foods with probiotic which we listed some below.

1.Apple Cider Vinegar

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ACV has a lot of purported health benefits, but it really does contain probiotics.


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The tart liquid is a great way to add more protein to your morning smoothie.


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It is a traditional, fermented, probiotic food that is a staple Korean side dish.

4.Cold potatoes

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A potato that has been washed, cooked, and cooled—are one of the best sources of resistant starch.


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Sauerkraut is finely shredded cabbage that has been fermented by lactic acid bacteria.

6.Green bananas

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Green bananas are a rich source of prebiotics, particularly resistant starch.


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The vegetarian meat alternative is actually fermented soy, making it a sneaky source of probiotics.


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Everyone’s favorite way to get bad breath also has powerful gut bacteria-boosting properties.


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The key is to warm it gently, for heat is a probiotic enemy, and those live cultures you’re after will be destroyed by high temperatures.


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This sweet treat helps encourage the growth of healthy gut bacteria.


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Contains extremely powerful probiotic, which has been proven to bolster your immune system!


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This fermented tea is packed with beneficial bacteria and B vitamins, and it can help you de-bloat, too.

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