Things You Didn’t Know About Milk, Cheese, Yogurt And Your Body

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Why yogurts contain probiotics

Yogurt is a fermented food, and as such it contains live cultures that can strengthen the digestive tract. Some may argue that only yogurts boasting “added probiotics” count as probiotic yogurt. But many will argue that so long as the ingredient label lists Lactobacillus bulgaricus and Streptococcus thermophiles, the yogurt meets the minimum requirement to be a probiotic food.

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