Unlocking the Love Duo: Prebiotics & Probiotics (why our gut loves them)

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Take care of your gut, it loves YOU!

Valentine’s Day is approaching, and it’s not just about showering love on others; it’s also the perfect time to show some love to yourself, especially your gut! So, let’s discover the secret love affair between prebiotics and probiotics, the dynamic duo that keeps your gut happy and healthy #Gutgoals

Understanding the love duo: Pre and Probiotics

Move over classic duos; there’s a new iconic couple in town- Pre- and Probiotics. These gut-lovers play a vital role in ensuring that your Gastrointestinal digestion is not just functional, but happy and thriving. Think of them as matchmakers, creating the perfect environment for the colony of bacteria and microbiome located in your gut to grow and flourish.

Without prebiotics and probiotics, your gut would be a sad place, deprived of the love it needs – AKA proper nutrients and an optimal environment for digestion.

The VIPs at the Gut Party

Probiotics take the stage as the hosts of the hottest party in town… they’re the living bacteria that help your body maintain a happening community of microorganisms in your gut. On the other hand, Prebiotics are the VIPs to this fiesta… they strut right on into the gut party as a type of fibre that is not digested by the human body but instead fuels the living bacteria that work tirelessly to keep your gut (and this party) happy and healthy.

Foods Rich in Prebiotic and Probiotic Goodness…

Wondering how to invite this love duo into your life? Start with these prebiotic rich foods like:

Bananas, Rolled Oats, Apples, Flaxseeds and Chicory Root!

Pssst! Ever wondered what makes FUNDAY Natural Sweets irresistibly good? It’s Chicory root, a sweet sensation pleasing your tastebuds whilst showering your gut with all the prebiotic love.

For probiotics, fermented foods are going to be your go-to’s for this one… I’m talking kefir, kimchi, live yoghurt and Kombucha!

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