Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Probiotics Prebiotics Naturally

Probiotics naturally.
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Yes, you can get your probiotics and your prebiotics naturally.

Probiotics are the healthy flora that facilitate digestion and protect the gut against harmful microbes.


A single gram of earth, the size of a small coin, contains over 40 billion probiotic bacteria. Upgrading your intake of probiotics spend more time outdoors.

How to Get Your Probiotics Naturally
  • interacting in our natural environment
  • breathing in dust that rises from the soil as we garden
  • petting our dog or cat
  • holding another person's hand
  • swimming in a lake, river or stream 
  • handling organic vegetables befor you rinsing off the soil
  • fermented food like pickles, saurkraut, miso and kimchi
If you think you are not getting enough of that then you can take probiotic supplements. 

Prebiotics promote the growth of good flora in your gut.  You can get your prebiotics from cruciferous vegetables. wich contain fiber that good flora feed on, a good foundation for beneficial flora.

Cruciferous vegetables are among the healthiest of the superfoods. Some cruciferous vegetables include cabbage, broccoli, brussel sprouts, and cauliflower but there are more.

There it is as simple as that.

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Until next time,
Shake a hand, play in the dirt, eat your vegees and be well.


Love and Light to you,
DeborahMoonMoen
Teacher Mentor, Self Care Practictioner, RMT (Reiki 3rd Degree),  Law of Attraction Practitioner, Animal Communicator, Healer, Animal Caretaker and Farm Animal Public Relations


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I got all of this information in this book.
One Sprit Medicine I have it on my Kindle but it also comes in Hardback and Paperback. I lost weight and gained more energy following his Spirit Medicine. This book has a look inside feature if you want a sample. 

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