2020’s Healthiest Nutrition Trends


You’ve probably heard a great deal about probiotics, the beneficial bacteria in yogurt and other foods. Prebiotics are less well-known but just as important. Although we’re not able to digest these fibers and sugars, they feed probiotics and enable them to do their job. Prebiotics are naturally found in whole grains, onions, garlic, leafy greens, beans, berries, and bananas. And they’re increasingly being added to food products from snacks to beverages to help take gut health to the next level. Snack on a Rowdy Bar with yacon root, Mama Chia Prebiotic Squeeze fruit pouches, or Banana Joe Banana Chips with pre- and probiotics. Or, sip on belly-loving prebiotic tea or kombucha like LION Dandelion Prebiotic Tea.