Wednesday, June 15, 2011

About Nutrition: Prebiotics and Probiotics

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From Shereen Jegtvig, your Guide to Nutrition

Prebiotics and Probiotics
Probiotics are healthful bacteria that will live in your digestive tract and may be good for your digestive and immune systems. Probiotics are naturally found in foods like yogurt.

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