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We are all acquainted with probiotics, those friendly and beneficial bacteria that live in our digestive tracts. But what are prebiotics? Are the two the same and do they offer the same benefits? Many tend to confuse the two. Although probiotics are beneficial for bacteria and prebiotics are essential foods for such bacteria. It is essential to consume both of these- pro and prebiotics in a balanced amount. Here are the most frequent questions asked about prebiotics.

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1. What are prebiotics?

To start with, prebiotics are those food ingredients which are non-digestible and support the growth of helpful micro-organisms in the intestines. So foods which are high in prebiotics can offer many benefits. Prebiotic foods pass through the digestive tract without getting digested. When the prebiotics meets with good bacteria, they serve as the nourishment for the beneficial micro-organisms. Simply said, prebiotics feed probiotics. In turn, the latter will do their job more efficiently. Maintaining the health and balance of the good bacteria is one of the most crucial things to do to stay healthy. So it's highly beneficial to add more prebiotic foods to your diet.

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