Plain, unsweetened yogurt includes live active cultures that deliver helpful probiotics to the intestines.
Kefir, like yogurt, is a fermented dairy product high in probiotics. It's tart and easy to drink, making it a great supplement to your diet.
A fermented Korean meal produced from vegetables such as cabbage and radishes, kimchi is high in probiotics and spicy tastes.
Miso is a Japanese condiment produced from fermented soybeans. It can be used to make miso soup or added as a probiotic boost to sauces and dressings.
Legumes, such as lentils, are prebiotic foods, meaning they contain fibers that feed good intestinal bacteria. They're also inexpensive and adaptable in the kitchen.
Sauerkraut is a fermented cabbage meal that is high in natural probiotics and has a distinct sour flavor.