Diet rich in probiotics and prebiotics to liver disease

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8417183-pollo-de-curry-con-arroz-blancoBacteria rich menus balancing the intestinal flora

Several studies in the field of nutrition have shown that probiotics and prebiotics are useful for weight loss and treat liver diseases. So you can balance your intestinal fiber and take advantage of all its benefits, it is important to know how to include in a diet. Therefore I invite you to consider these APP menus.

 Because there is a relationship between the imbalance of bacterial flora of the intestine and the accumulation of fat in adipose tissue, if you include probiotics in your diet not only you lose weight but also improve your liver and digestive health.

7 menus rich in bacteria that balance the intestinal flora

List 1
Breakfast: a cup of tea with skim milk, two slices of whole wheat toast with vegan cheese, fresh fruit.
Media Morning / Afternoon Media: a glass of milk with probiotics or a handful of almonds.
Lunch: a cup of light broth with a teaspoon of wheat bran, whole grain spaghetti with steamed vegetables, a portion of light gelatin.
Snack: nonfat yogurt with some sliced ​​strawberries.
Dinner: a cup of light broth with a teaspoon of wheat bran, a portion of roast beef without visible fat salad with chicory leaves and tomato, fresh fruit.

List 2
Breakfast: a cup of tea with skim milk, two slices of whole wheat toast with vegan cheese, fresh fruit.
Media Morning / Afternoon Media: a glass of milk with probiotics or some pickles.
Lunch: a cup of light broth with a teaspoon of wheat bran, brown rice with vegetables, fresh fruit.
Snack: nonfat yogurt with a teaspoon of brewer’s yeast.
Dinner: a cup of light broth with a teaspoon of wheat bran, a portion of baked fish with artichoke salad, fresh fruit.

List 3
Breakfast: a cup of tea with skim milk, two slices of whole wheat toast with vegan cheese, fresh fruit.
Media Morning / Afternoon Media: a glass of milk with probiotics or a piece of cheese with probiotics.
Lunch: a cup of light broth with a teaspoon of wheat bran; chickpea salad, radishes Brussels, shredded carrots and chunks of cheese rich in probiotics; a cup of fruit salad.
Snack: nonfat yogurt with a teaspoon of oat bran.
Dinner: a cup of light broth with a teaspoon of wheat bran, a portion of grilled chicken with sauerkraut, a baked fruit.

List 4
Breakfast: a cup of tea with skim milk, two slices of whole wheat toast with vegan cheese, fresh fruit.
Media Morning / Afternoon Media: a glass of milk with probiotics or a glass of kefir
Lunch: a cup of light broth with a teaspoon of wheat bran, a portion of vegetable stew or baked fruit.
Snack: A skimmed yogurt with a teaspoon of brewer’s yeast.
Dinner: A cup of broth light with a teaspoon of wheat bran; a portion of roast beef salad with avocado, peppers and arugula; a portion of light gelatin.

List 5
Breakfast: a cup of tea with skim milk, two slices of whole wheat toast with vegan cheese, fresh fruit.
Media Morning / Afternoon Media: a glass of milk with probiotics or some pickled vegetables (pickles).
Lunch: a cup of light broth with a teaspoon of wheat bran, a cup of pasta al pesto (garlic, parsley and olive oil), artichoke salad, fresh fruit.
Snack: nonfat yogurt with some chopped nuts.
Dinner: a cup of light broth with a teaspoon of wheat bran, a portion of grilled fish with tomato salad, fresh fruit.

List 6
Breakfast: a cup of tea with skim milk, two slices of whole wheat toast with vegan cheese, fresh fruit.
Media Morning / Afternoon Media: a glass of milk with probiotics or a handful of nuts.
Lunch: a cup of light broth with a teaspoon of wheat bran, panaché vegetable gratin with light white sauce, a cup of fruit salad.
Snack: nonfat yogurt with a teaspoon of brewer’s yeast.
Dinner: a cup of light broth with a teaspoon of wheat bran, a portion of grilled chicken with grilled vegetables.

List 7
Breakfast: a cup of tea with skim milk, two slices of whole wheat toast with vegan cheese, fresh fruit.
Media Morning / Afternoon Media: a glass of milk with probiotics / a handful of sunflower seeds.
Lunch: a cup of light broth with a teaspoon of wheat bran, a portion of miso stew. A fresh fruit.
Snack: nonfat yogurt with a teaspoon of ground flaxseed.
Dinner: a cup of light broth with a teaspoon of wheat bran, soy burger salad with broccoli, potatoes, garlic and parsley, a baked fruit.

Certain foods, such as chicory, artichokes, asparagus and garlic are rich in prebiotics. Others, like sauerkraut, miso, pickles and kefir, are rich in probiotics. In all cases not only help cleanse the liver and improve digestion, but also promote weight loss.

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