Cellular inflammation is a major common denominator to the start of most disease.

By including the right sources of prebiotics and probiotics in your diet, you’ll produce postbiotics which will support lowering the levels of cellular inflammation.

Prebiotics:  Non-digestible carbs or fiber found in fruits, vegetables and whole grains that act like fertilizer to feed the good gut bacteria.

Ex: Almonds, asparagus, chickory, dandielion greens, endive, garlic, jicama, kiwi, leeks, mushrooms, oats, onions & sunchokes.

Probiotics: Live microorganisms that live in your digestive tract that provide health benefits to your brain, gut & immune system

Ex: Kefir, kimchi, kefir, kombucha, miso, natto, pickles, sauerkraut, tempeh & yogurt

Postbiotics: Metabolites produced by probiotics that helps to regulate almost every biochemical process in your body.

Ex: Amino acids, antibacterial peptides, butyrate & other short-chained fatty acids, enzymes, nutrients & vitamins.

Here’s some fun recipes to try out the include both pre and probiotics:


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With the holidays coming around the corner, there is no better gift that you can give yourself than the gift of health!

To your health,


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