Top 10 Probiotic Foods To Add To Your Diet

I'm a big fan of developing a more respectful relationship with the germs that live in and around us. After all, they help us with our digestion, immunity and metabolism, and without them we become predisposed to allergies as well as various chronic and autoimmune diseases.

We've discussed some of the best lifestyle strategies for improving your microbiome (such as opening a window, and playing outdoors), but since the majority of germs are in your gut, food can play a big role in getting more of the "good guys" down there to help out. 

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James is also the host of the Functional Forum, NYC's biggest monthly meetup for functional and integrative practitioners that you can stream live or recorded on our Youtube Channel. James also hosted the critically acclaimed 'Evolution of Medicine Summit', a free world wide digital event featuring experts and innovators on the cutting edge of creating sustainable change. The second summit will run Sept 21-28th 2015!