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We know that probiotics and prebiotics help to maintain a healthy gut and healthy skin but, where should we get them from?
Probiotics and prebiotics contain live microorganisms that support good bacteria. You can eat prebiotic vegetables like asparagus or, you can try skincare products like Bea’s Bayou Skincare to add these helpful microorganisms to your lifestyle. Keep reading to find more ways to include them!
1. Eat Fermented Foods for Probiotics
Fermented foods are naturally rich in probiotics and are a delicious way to add more beneficial bacteria to your diet. Examples of fermented foods include yogurt, miso, kimchi, and kombucha.
2. Eat Produce for Prebiotics
"Incorporating prebiotics and probiotics into your daily routine doesn't have to be expensive or complicated."
Prebiotics can be found in most fruits and vegetables but here are the best sources of prebiotic bacteria to feed your gut. Examples of prebiotic foods include garlic, onions, leeks, asparagus, and bananas.
Incorporating prebiotics and probiotics into your daily routine doesn't have to be expensive or complicated. By making small changes to your diet and skincare routine, you can support your gut health, skin health, and overall health.
3. Try Probiotic/Prebiotic Skincare Products
Probiotics are not only beneficial when consumed through food, but they can also help to improve the health of your skin. Bea’s Bayou Skincare products are formulated using prebiotics and probiotics to help support your skin health. Bea’s Bayou Skincare Good Biome Prebiotic Scalp Oil contains radish root, a prebiotic that helps protect and feed the skin barrier.
Bea’s Bayou Skincare Good Biome Scalp Solution uses probiotic extracts to combat inflammation and soothe the scalp.
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