Health: These indigenous and foreign probiotics-rich foods prove to be an elixir for the stomach in summer...


It is common to have less appetite, indigestion or other stomach ailments during the summer season. To stay healthy, it is very important to keep the digestive system healthy because if the digestion of the stomach is correct, then we can avoid many diseases. In such a situation, it is important that your diet is balanced. For this, you can include probiotic food in your diet which is a type of good bacteria. Probiotics are also called functional foods that help in maintaining the balance of bacteria present within the body. Today in this episode, we are going to tell you about some indigenous and foreign foods which are rich in probiotics and keep you healthy in summer. Let us know about these diets…


Yoghurt is a good source of probiotics and calcium. You can strengthen the digestive system by including curd in your diet. The calcium present in curd strengthens the bones of the body. Eating curd keeps blood pressure under control. Regular consumption of curd also provides relief from gas, indigestion and abdominal pain. Curd can also be used in the form of buttermilk, lassi and raita etc.

When kefir grains are added to milk to encourage fermentation, kefir is formed. Kefir has a creamy consistency, which makes it a perfect ingredient for your morning smoothie. You can also use it in peanut butter dip or pasta. It's rich in the amino acid tryptophan, which ignites our serotonin, a neurotransmitter that affects our mood and sleep.

Dhokla is delicious probiotic food. Nutrients like folic acid, thiamin, vitamin K and biotin are found in Dhokla, which helps in keeping the body healthy. Dhokla is a probiotic food because it is prepared by fermenting its batter. Dhokla is also very beneficial for high blood pressure patients and people doing weight loss. It is made from gram flour.


It comes from the family of tofu itself. Both of these can be used in place of meat. But tofu is not fermented, whereas tempeh consists of whole soybeans that have undergone fermentation. Tempeh has as many qualities as meat. It is an excellent source of plant-based protein. (PC. Social meidia)

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