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Vegan Probiotics Guide

Vegan Probiotics for All
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We help relieve digestive troubles, not creating more, and our solution for all including a vegan diet is to create an optimal blend of vegan probiotics with prebiotic fiber, antioxident, and healthy oils.

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Can Vegans eat probiotics?

Absolutely. Vegans just need be mindful of the sources of the probiotics to avoid animal ingredients and dairy sources, and stick with vegan probiotics. Choose plant-based fermented foods such as kimchi, sauerakraut, and vegan probiotics supplements. 
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Are all probiotics vegan friendly?

No.  Many sources of probiotics such as yogurt and certain types of cheese contain dairy or animal products, not to mention they may cause stomach turbulence for lactose-sensitive or intolerant consumers. 
 
Choose probiotics supplements carefully as many probiotics strains are processed from animal or dairy ingredients; supplements may also contain animal ingredients in the inactive ingredients such as gelatin capsule of pork origin.

How do vegans get vegan probiotics?

Vegans can obtain healthy gut bacteria from plant-based sources such as kimchi, sauerkraut, kombucha, miso, tempeh, vegan yogurts and kefir, sourdough, pickles, and plant-based probiotics supplements free from animal ingredients. 
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Are there dairy-free probiotics?

Yes, there are vegan food sourced probiotics that don’t contain dairy (very good for lactose intolerant users btw) such as some soy/almond/coconut based yogurts are dairy-free, and probiotics are found in vegan-friendly fermented vegetables. A simpler way is to choose vegan probiotics supplements that are clean, high quality, potent in probiotics' billion CFU counts, and are easy to take.

Are there probiotics in vegan yogurt?

Yes, probiotics are usually created during a fermentation process regardless if the source of yogurt is dairy or non-dairy. In addition to soy sources (if you are not a big fan of soy), there are also other plant-based vegan yogurts from almond, coconut, etc. Actually, since most commercially available yogurts are pasteurized (live cultures are killed off) and probiotics are added back into the products, you need to pay particular attention to the food ingredients label to check what’s in the food base and in the probiotics, for you to fully enjoy the benefits of vegan probiotics in vegan yogurt.

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