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Surprising New Ways to Eat More Probiotics

Good Culture Organic Cottage Cheese

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This high-protein snack is totally free of preservatives and additives and has live-active probiotic cultures to keep your tummy happy. Good Culture comes in classic (just creamy, organic cottage cheese from grass-fed cows) or sundried tomato, kalamata olive, strawberry chia, and blueberry acai chia. ($2.50, Whole Foods)

Suja Pressed Probiotic Waters

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With just organic fruits, vegetables, and vegan probiotics, these new waters from Suja (available February 2016) are super refreshing—and have just 10 calories and 1 gram of sugar or less. We love the ginger/lime, but it also comes in raspberry, pineapple/lemon/cayenne, and orange/pineapple/ginger. ($3, Target)

Probiotic Melt Organic Buttery Spread

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For a butter alternative—with digestive system and immune system benefits—try this organic, probiotic-enhanced spread, which is made from a blend of healthy plant-based fats, including coconut, sunflower, and flaxseed oils. ($5, grocery stores)

Kunachia Organic Chia + Probiotic

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Sprinkle this organic chia seed over your yogurt (or into your smoothie, or in any of these quick and easy chia seed recipes) and you'll get an extra dose of gut-healthy probiotics. Plus, chia seeds are packed with protein, omega-3 fats, and calcium. ($17, kunachia.com)

Enjoy Life Foods Baking Mixes

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Make pancakes, waffles, pizza crust, brownies, or muffins from these mixes (or use the flour in any recipe) and you'll get some ancient grains, plant-protein, and a hit of probiotics. Plus, they're allergy friendly—certified gluten-free and free of the top eight food allergens. ($8.50, grocery stores and enjoylifefoods.com)

Attune Probiotic Chocolate

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Chocolate's health benefits get taken up a notch when they've got a big dose of probiotics and calcium added in. Bonus: These bars—which come in dark chocolate, milk chocolate crisp, and toasted coconut—are made from fair-trade certified cocoa. ($5, attunebrand.com)

The Republic of Tea Get Probiotic Tea

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This caffeine-free herbal tea blend combines organic red rooibos with a health-boosting probiotic, chicory root, and cinnamon, to keep your GI system on track. It's sweetened with stevia and flavored with vanilla for a calorie-free, delicious sipping experience. (Try it in one of these 10 Totally Tea-Riffic Cocktails!) ($10.50, republicoftea.com)

Udi's Gluten Free Ancient Grain Granola Bar

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These soft, chewy whole-grain bars are gluten free, packed with omega-3 fats, and will give you an extra dose of probiotics all while taking the edge off your afternoon hunger. ($5.50, udisglutenfree.com)

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