PODCAST. You’ve probably been consuming prebiotics every day and just didn’t realize it. They occur naturally in many foods like these 5 that may surprise you: apples, bananas, onions, garlic, and asparagus. The good news about eating whole food sources is that these foods contain beneficial nutrients like vitamins, minerals, and other fiber.
Prebiotics are also added to food products like cereals, breakfast bars, and breads in a form called inulin that you’ll likely see on the ingredient list. You can also find them in pill or powdered supplement forms.
You might be wondering if I’m going to cover prebiotics, bloating and gas. Yes! Listen now if you’re considering a supplement and find out how much to take.
Don’t miss the companion recipe 20-Minute Roasted Leeks and Asparagus