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The doctor called the “magic” product for the intestines in every refrigerator: eat three times a day KXan 36 Daily News

Date: April 19, 2024 Time: 14:27:57

“Magic” sauerkraut contains a large amount of the most beneficial probiotics,” said nutritionist Lisa Afinskaya, specifying that probiotics are good bacteria that are extremely important for the gut microbiota.

The gut microbiome is embedded in our metabolism, immune system and even nervous system, the doctor noted. There are studies supporting the benefits of different strains of probiotics for a slimmer figure, improved skin conditions (including reduction of acne and rosacea), polycystic ovary syndrome, reduction of irritable bowel syndrome symptoms, arthritis, and disease. intestinal inflammation.

“It is very helpful to include probiotic food sources in your daily diet. Ideally, eat 2-3 servings of probiotic foods per day,” the nutritionist advised.

The specialist also recommended considering yogurt without added sugar, kefir, kimchi, kvass, kombuchau. But with special supplements with probiotics, more care must be taken, since it is important to choose the strain that is indicated for a particular person.

“Agree to take probiotic supplements with a professional, specify which specific strain of probiotics they recommend and why,” warned the nutritionist on her Telegram channel.

Earlier, oncologist and proctologist Elena Smirnova explained how about 30 grams of fiber per day helps reduce the risk of developing diabetes, colon cancer, helps to reduce weight, normalize cholesterol and pressure. In the list of useful products, in addition to sauerkraut, wheat bran (contains 43.6 grams of fiber per 100 grams of product), dried fruits (18 grams), oatmeal (10.6 grams).

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