Probiotic diet for the line

Probiotic diet for the line

Probiotics are microorganisms that favor the well-being of our bacterial flora : when we talk about diet and weight loss, we must not forget that our body is a complex machine, especially from a chemical point of view, and that many processes that help weight loss occur right in the intestine . As I wrote earlier, a thin person, according to the researchers, will have a healthy gut with good bacterial flora, while an overweight or obese person has gut flora threatened by the increased presence of bad bacteria.
In short , those who have a good bacterial flora tend to be thin.In this, probiotics, the famous live enzymes we have often heard about on TV, are a godsend to help us increase good bacteria and therefore speed up digestion and metabolism

Probiotics are our great allies, so much so that doctors often recommend a probiotic diet, that is a diet that includes the consumption of these probiotics and large quantities of vegetables and fruit (more than the acid type) to increase a good bacterial flora and so lose weight. In fact, carbohydrates contain the so-called prebiotics, i.e. those fibers that are useful for the intestine to create a favorable environment for probiotics .
The probiotic diet has often been considered “one of those weird diets that work”. It is based on the intake of both probiotics and prebiotics.
Probiotics should be taken in the morning, and are present in: yogurt, kefir (both water and milk), fermented milk and soy yogurt . But also: sauerkraut, pickled gherkins and tempeh.
On the other hand, prebiotics are found in foods containing fiber and oligosaccharides, therefore carbohydrates:
fruits: apples, bananas, kiwis, grapes, berries,
vegetables: green leafy vegetables, onions and garlic, leeks and spring onions.
cereals: brown rice, flax seeds, corn, buckwheat
legumes: lentils, peas and beans
, almonds, honey, green tea, ginger.
FOOD NO: artificial sweeteners. 
It should be noted that foods containing prebiotics have precisely oligosaccharides, among the FODMAPS responsible for intestinal swelling . They are foods with fiber that slow down digestion, so they are contraindicated for those suffering from abdominal bloating. Of course, it is a cat that bites its own tail: on the one hand they are essential to the probiotic diet, on the other they cause fermentation and can be poorly tolerated. My advice is: follow the probiotic diet by starting to increase our daily diet with probiotics and trying to eat whole. Among the foods with prebiotics that are tolerated even by those with intestinal problems we find green leafy vegetables (especially if they have tender leaves), peas, honey, green tea, kiwis, berries, brown rice.

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