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Prebiotics Introduction

Prebiotics serve an important part of human gut health.  Prebiotics serve as a base and work in conjunction with probiotics to foster a healthy gut microbiome. 

What are Prebiotics

You must be asking now: What exactly are Prebiotics? Prebiotics are non-digestible long-chain carbohydrates. In the colon, they foster growth of good bacteria beneficial to our health. Prebiotics are best paired with Probiotics to maximise benefits its potential benefits.

What are the benefits of Prebiotics? 

This brings us to the potential benefits of Prebiotics. Generally, some studies have speculated on prebiotics and their potential benefits around increasing calcium absorption, decreasing allergy risk, betting the immune response, and improving metabolism. 

In a more targeted sense, some of the following are the key benefits of consuming prebiotics:

Regulating Blood Sugar – Prebiotics have been shown to aid in regulating blood sugar spikes in your body through the production of beneficial bacteria. 

Keeping your gut regular – As prebiotics foster the growth of good bacteria in your gut, it helps ferment the rest of the food that cannot be digested by your stomach. By increasing the fermentation rate, you can pass through your food faster without constipation.

Healthy Gut Lining – Prebiotics help promote healthy bowel walls by strengthening it. A healthy lining means a healthy gut. A prime foundation for gut bacteria to survive. Easy!

Sources of Prebiotics 

Kōrure Kiwi Prebiotic





Green Vegetables

Written by: Ron Park

Founder & CEO of Kōrure

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