Most yoghurt brands provide natural sources of probiotics. Look for “contains live active cultures” on the label.
It contains probiotics but only in unpasteurised versions (pasteurisation kills the helpful bacteria).
Fermented pickled vegetables
Rich in probiotics, choose products preserved in salt (not vinegar), since salt promotes natural fermentation.
A spicy fermented cabbage from Korea that’s loaded with good-for-you bacteria. Find it in Asian markets.
A fermented soybean paste that’s popular in Japan; it contains as many as 160 strains of friendly bacteria.
A fermented soybean food (tofu is not). Choose unpasteurised versions and cook lightly; heat kills bacteria.
Fermented milk products
Like Yakult and kefir, they are potent probiotic sources.