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Thursday, April 26, 2018

ProBiotein Adds Taste And Nutrition To Baked Goods & More

I am always looking for ways to sneak nutrition into my family's diet!

       I received samples of ProBiotein to facilitate this post.

  I love my probiotics and know how they have benefited me. I always take a daily probiotic and include a wonderful prebiotic supplement in my daily smoothie. The problem is getting my family to do the same. My younger boys will take a daily probiotic when reminded but my husband is always a challenge when it comes to healthy eating. So I have to sneak nutrition like prebiotics and fiber into his favorite foods.So when I discovered a product that adds prebiotics and fiber to baked goods and oatmeal without changing the taste, I just had to try it as my husband will eat oatmeal. My husband also loves homemade bread and pizza so I just loved the thought of sneaking wonderful digestive enzymes into his slice of bread or pizza without him knowing. Before I tried ProBiotein in my bread, I had to taste it myself. So I put a tablespoon in my morning bowl of oatmeal and I did not notice any change in taste. I read the package and saw that this prebiotic fiber had Omega-3 in it and loved that my teen could use this instead of chia seeds in his daily oatmeal.


 ProBiotein is made from fermented organic wheat, oats & flax!

 There are also other healthy items in this unique product like barley malt, organic golden flax meal, nutritional yeast, and phosphorus. So it makes perfect sense to add it to baked goods like bread and pizza crust. I love that it has 4 prebiotic fibers, 4 digestive enzymes, amino acids, omega-3, and concentrated protein.


  I also love that this prebiotic fiber can be stirred into my oatmeal daily for great digestion. All it takes is 1 tablespoon a day to get some great gut health and digestion. So on days that I don't drink a smoothie, I will add this to my oatmeal. Next time I bake bread, I will add several tablespoons to my recipe to see how it performs.

Want to know more?

Head on over to ProBiotein's website for more great information and wonderful baked good recipes.

http://www.probiotein.com/

1 comment:

  1. I haven’t heard of ProBiotein, but it’s something I would like to try.

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