Make a probiotic smoothie using unsweetened yogurt as a base. Yogurt is rich in protein, calcium, and gut-balancing probiotics to reduce bloating.
Kefir is a fermented milk drink that has a tangy and slightly fizzy taste. It contains more probiotics than yogurt and can also provide some vitamins and minerals.
Kombucha is a fermented tea that has a sweet and sour flavor. It contains probiotics, antioxidants, and organic acids that can detoxify your body and improve your liver function.
Sauerkraut is a fermented cabbage dish that has a crunchy and sour taste. It contains probiotics, fiber, and vitamin C that can support your gut health and immunity.
Coconut milk, a creamy dairy-free alternative, with mild, sweet taste, contains metabolism-boosting MCTs for fat burning.
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