Kefir, Kombucha, and Sauerkraut…Oh My!
Healthy eating habits create happy and healthy microbiota in your gut!
A Dirt to Dinner reader recently emailed our team in response to the Kombucha article we had written. After reading the article, she questioned which probiotic supplement was “better” for her—Kefir or Kombucha?
“Hey D2D, I am a Kefir drinker but just read your article on Kombucha and was wondering if I should switch to this probiotic source? Which one is better for me? Thanks.”
Bottom Line: Every individual’s gut is different and there is no telling what probiotic source will work best for you. So, if you are a Kefir drinker and it is keeping your stomach happy—keep it in your diet. Simply be mindful of the sugar and make adjustments with other products. Finally, remember that if you have a varied and healthy diet, pre and probiotic supplements might not be needed.