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Prebiotic

Prebiotics
Prebiotic

Many of us have heard of probiotics, or live microorganisms naturally present in many dairy products that, when consumed, reside in the gastrointestinal (GI) tract. These live cultures aid in the digestive process by fermenting dietary fibers that our bodies cannot digest on their own. This fermentation process provides the gastrointestinal tract with energy in the form of short chain fatty acids, allowing your GI tract to function optimally.

The benefits of probiotics would be compromised, however, if they did not have sufficient fibers to thrive on. These dietary fibers are known as prebiotics, and when made part of a well-rounded diet, promote the growth and activity of probiotics.

Aunt Millie’s offers several products with prebiotic fibers, including resistant starch and inulin. By incorporating Aunt Millie’s prebiotic baked goods into a well-rounded diet, you can enjoy the many benefits associated with pre- and probiotics that include: a healthy digestive tract, increased immune system function, enhanced mineral absorption, risk reduction for certain cancers and inflammatory gastrointestinal diseases, and several others. This is yet another way that Aunt Millie’s is working to help you get the most from your food. Include Aunt Millie’s prebiotic baked goods into your balanced diet to ensure the health you want and the energy you need to get through the day!

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