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Friday, September 19, 2008

Bifidus To The Rescue

Now we are talking about some entity
inside our intestine which are living
there since we are born.

Bifidus bacteria are natural inhabitants
of the large intestine. They are found
in great abundance in breast-fed newborn
babies as human milk promotes Bifidus
bacteria's growth. However, as the baby
grows and starts to consume other food,
other bacteria in the body also increase.
Studies conducted in Japan found that
adding Bifidus bacteria into a normal
person's diet helped to reduce incidences
of diarrhoea and constipation.

As the efficiency of the digestive
system is critical to the body's
metabolic process, physical health and
mental well-being, a high concentration
of Bifidus in the large intestine helps
to prevent symptoms of a problematic

Now do you see why lactose is important?



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