Lactobacillus Bulgaricus

Lactobacillus Bulgaricus

This is one of the bacteria used in the production of Yogurt. The bacteria feeds on lactose to produce lactose acid. It requires low pH to grow successfully and has complex nutritional requirements. Research has proposed that consumption of fermented milk seeds the intestine with harmless lactic acid bacteria increases intestinal acidity and suppressing the growth of proteolytic bacteria . It is mainly used as a starter for making Yogurt. Giving Yogurt its tart flavor and acting as a preservative.

Genesis LB44 Probiotic with Lactobacillus Bulgaricus

  • GUT FLORA The body contains huge numbers of bacteria naturally. In fact, the number of bacteria in the gut is ten times the total number of cells in the entire human body. While that sounds scary, it’s really not. These bacteria are part of a complex ecosystem in the gut called intestinal flora or gut flora. The gut flora performs a number of useful functions in the body and is important for good health.
  • PROBIOTICS Probiotics are supplements just like vitamins and minerals that contribute to a balanced gut flora to enhance your health and well-being. Excellent benefits for our body’s immune system. Promote correct digestion and absorption of food nutrients. Helps for normal blood cholesterol levels.
  • HEALTH BENEFITS OF PROBIOTICS Studies confirm that regular consumption of probiotics in adequate amounts may provide overall health benefits for people of all ages. Daily consumption of probiotics may be beneficial in one of several ways. Some probiotics positively change the gut flora to correct an imbalance in the ratio of good to bad bacteria. Also they are useful for digestion and for stimulate the local immune function.

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