My report contains no Lactobacillus – but I eat cheese?!

Have you tested your gut and found little or no probiotic bacteria, even if you are actively taking probiotic supplements or enriched yogurts?

You may be surprised, but this is rather common.

Eating commercial probiotic products doesn’t mean they’re actually being cultivated in your gut. Remember, probiotics need food (prebiotics) to thrive! Support your gut by eating a Microbiome-Friendly diet. This means a diverse range of foods, including fermented vegetables (sauerkraut, kimchi etc.,) prebiotic-rich foods and a lot of plants!

Note: having no Lactobacillus does not indicate lactose intolerance.

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