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Our range of quick-fix, nutritionally balanced, scientifically supported plans are the brainchild of nutritionists and doctors and can help you achieve your weight loss goals and improve your overall health.

Whether you’re looking to enhance your daily eating habits or safely achieve rapid weight loss, prepared meals can help ensure a balanced intake of nutrients in controlled portions of real, healthful foods. That’s where we come in. There’s no need to plan, count, shop or cook – just a delicious diet meal delivered to your doorstep, ready to heat and serve.

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Be Fit Food has recently added prebiotics and probiotics to our protein pills. Why? Because prebiotics, probiotics and the newly defined postbiotics, can all play a role in improving our health.

Adding prebiotics to our diet can.

Improve bowel regularity
Improve nutrient absorption
Help with weight loss by regulating your desire to eat
Support your immune system.
Prebiotics, on the other hand, help support your immune system, aid digestion, produce vitamins and aid nutrient absorption.

What are prebiotics?

Prebiotics support the growth and activity of beneficial bacteria in our digestive system.

They are a type of fibre that our bodies cannot digest, causing them to ferment in our digestive system. In more complex terms – they basically provide food for the microorganisms that live in our bodies and are metabolised by the bacteria in our gut.

Where are prebiotics found?

Prebiotics are found naturally in certain foods including onions, garlic, asparagus, bananas, tomatoes, rye, wheat soy, milk, peas, beans and honey. They can also be manufactured and added to foods or supplements.

What are probiotics?

Probiotics are live microorganisms, often similar to those in our bodies, that support our health.

Probiotics can affect the microorganisms we already have in our bodies, growing, metabolising and interacting with these microorganisms, including prebiotics.

In addition to the benefits listed above, probiotics can also relieve some symptoms such as diarrhoea, constipation and bloating.

Where are probiotics found?

Probiotics are most commonly found in fermented foods such as yoghurt, kefir, kimchi and sauerkraut, as well as in probiotic supplements.

What is a postbiotic?

Postbiotics are essentially waste products left behind by prebiotics and probiotics. They provide similar effects to probiotics without the risk of live microorganisms. This provides a potentially more tolerable option for improving gut health.

Studies have shown that postbiotics help support your immune system7, control blood sugar levels8, reduce the risk of heart disease9 and help relieve symptoms such as diarrhoea.

Postbiotics also help with weight loss by suppressing appetite.

As postbiotics are a by-product of prebiotics and probiotics, by adding foods rich in these, such as vegetables, whole grains and fermented foods, you can naturally produce postbiotics in your gut and support your health.

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Be Fit Food’s newly formulated protein balls provide prebiotics in the form of oligofructose and postbiotics in the form of Lactobacillus plantarum.

Together these support good gut and digestive health and provide immune health benefits.

Your gut health is vital to your overall health. Keep an eye on the ingredients of the protein balls on the shelves. There’s a reason they’ve lasted so long. Quick-freezing our protein balls means they stay natural and are full of the goodness you need to eat better yourself.

Come and get the right one for you: https://befitfood.com.au/

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