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Why aren’t you eating probiotics yet? 4 health claims explained

By Brierley Wright, November 12, 2010 - 11:06am

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Brierley asks: Are you eating probiotics? Why or why not?

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There has been advancement in probiotic foods, and now more efficient delivery is possible in nutritional and delicious grain based everyday food items and snacks that are competitively priced to standard versions. It is possible to introduce 250MM active CFU in a 2oz muffin, which is typically 10X the probiotic goodness delivered by a 6oz traditional refrigerated yogurt. Our bacteria is supported by significant strain specific clinical safety and efficacy that indicate it has zero toxicity and is effective in relieving symptom severity and occurrence of a variety of Immune & Digestive stress. Look for Providence Food Company (http://www.providencefoods.com/default.asp).

Anonymous

11/21/2010 - 12:20pm

I usually eat low fat yogurt and kefir and not other probiotics, since I don't have enough information about them.Some of them are kept in fridge and some on the shelf ,and still don't know which one should I buy.In general I know their benefit ,but until get more information I will stick to natural foods.

Anonymous

11/18/2010 - 9:34pm

Have just bought some fil mjolk culture so I can make my own fil mjolk....I drink it every day, but the cost is prohibitive, so shall make my own and sweeten it up with Northeast Kingdom maple syrup! I'll also be able to make creme fraiche which is impossible to find up here in the NE kingdon of Vermont. I drink it because it's delicious, it makes me feel loved, and it makes me feel well, and it makes sense to me.

Anonymous

11/12/2010 - 8:03pm

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