More Skinny Soups for Weight Loss
Hi Sweet Friends,
Today, I am sharing another “Skinny Soup” that is rich in prebiotics. What are prebiotics? That’s a great question. Prebiotics are the food, in essence, that probiotics eat. Why is this important? Because probiotics are the good bacteria that live in our gut, and scientists tell us that the more good bacteria we have in our gut, the healthier we are.
And of special interest to those of us trying to lose weight, two scientific studies, one conducted in Belgium and the other in France, found that people who have higher levels of good bacteria in their gut can lose weight easier and are generally slimmer than folks who don’t. So if you are in need of slimming (as am I!), we’d best consume lots of prebiotics along with our probiotics to make sure that those probiotics have plenty to eat and multiply!
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- The 8-Hour Diet: Watch the Pounds Disappear without Watching What You Eat!
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