This fermented tea is packed with beneficial bacteria. Find out more about the healthful drink.
Pile on the sauerkraut and kimchi; they’re both fermented with strains of beneficial lactic acid bacteria. As an added bonus, many fermented vegetables have a longer shelf life than fresh ones.
This fermented soybean-based product is rich in probiotics because it’s made with a “starter” of lactic acids.
If you’re a big fan of yogurt but want to enjoy something more travel-friendly, try probiotic-rich kefir, which is almost like a drinkable yogurt.
Some cheeses, such as Gouda, cheddar, and Swiss, are made with lactic acid bacteria. While the probiotic content does vary, it can’t hurt to ask the person behind the counter at your local cheese shop to point you in the direction of a great Gouda.