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Probiotic Foods that Don't Come from Dairy

  By posted Mar 31st 2012
Diet & Fitness

If you have digestive problems, we bet that your doctor has advised you to increase your intake of dairy products, especially curds. What he is referring to is an increase in probiotic foods in your diet. Probiotic comes from the Greek language and simply means 'pro life'. Probiotic food is excellent for ailments like constipation, diarrhea, and even the common cold, as it enhances the growth of friendly bacteria when you take in antibiotics. So what happens if you're lactose intolerant, what do you eat? Probiotic food does not necessarily include only milk and curds, there are other foods that you can include. Let's take a look at them. *Images courtesy: © Thinkstock photos/ Getty Images

 

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