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    do I have to take a prebiotic when I take a probiotic?

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    Last edited by PrimalOzzie; 10-02-2015, 04:21 PM.

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    What Are Prebiotics? | Mark's Daily Apple
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      Look for foods high in inulin fiber.

      Inulin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

      Although keep in mind that most prebiotics, though they will cause the proliferation of good gut bacteria also nourishes the bad. So if you're currently having gut issues, it might be good to lay off for a bit and stick to repopulating the good gut bacterias with some high quality fermented foods.
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        Also, foods high in Resistant Starch, green-ish bananas, potatoes, plantains

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        • #5
          Originally posted by destructalux View Post
          What foods can I use as a prebiotic? And do I have to take a prebiotic when I take a probiotic?

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          I like red wine:

          Non-sequiter nutrition IV. in vino veritas | The poor, misunderstood calorie

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