1. Sourdough topped with yoghurt, fruit and honey

Thanks to the wild yeast in sourdough starter, sourdough bread contains the bacteria Lactobacillus in a higher amount than in other breads. Yoghurt is another probiotic rich food, so why not put the two together?

Simply toast some sourdough bread and top with natural or Greek yoghurt, your favourite seasonal fruit and a drizzle of honey.

2. Miso soup topped with kimchi

Your favourite soup to have with sushi is actually great for your gut, with miso being a fermented paste made from soybeans, sea salt and koji (a mould starter) and often rice, barley or other grains. High quality miso can take up to three years to ferment, producing a gut friendly and enzyme-rich food.

Kimchi is another great probiotic. This traditional Korean dish consists of fermented vegetables (usually napa cabbage and daikon radish) and a flavour-packed paste of red chilli, garlic, ginger and sugar.

To get the most out of these probiotic foods, make a miso soup with veggies, noodles and tofu, and top with kimchi.

3. Yoghurt with granola and berries

If you have this brekkie on the regular, kudos to you. Yoghurt is a fermented milk product which is soured and thickened by adding specific lactic acid-producing cultures to milk, making it a great probiotic.