Probiotics became the third most consumed supplement other than vitamins and minerals, but do you know when is the best time of the day to take probiotics? In this article we will discuss about it.
· Restores the natural balance of your gut. · Reduces antibiotic-related diarrhea by 42%. · Lowers bad cholesterol and blood pressure. · Improves mental health. · Boosts your immune system. · Probiotics (Lactobacillus crispatus) reduce the risk of Urinary Tract Infections UTI by 50% in women. · It also acts as a barrier, so the bad bacteria will not reach and damage the intestinal wall.
1. Yogurt 2. Cottage Cheese 3. Sauerkraut 4. Kimchi 5. Miso 6. Kombucha 7. Apple-cider vinegar 8. Tempeh 9. Parmesan Cheese 10. Pickle
A probiotic supplement is ideally taken first thing in the morning and right before going to bed. It should similarly be taken 20 minutes after you eat claims Sarah Greenfield, HUM’s lead nutritionist.