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How Acidophilus Milk is beneficial for your health

When you were a child, you were constantly told about how regular milk was the best health drink. But have you ever wondered that if there was anything that was actually healthier than that?

Yes! There is something that’s far more beneficial and the drink is called Acidophilus Milk. This drink is not only different from cow’s milk in terms of flavor and texture but also tastier and

far more beneficial for your health. Also known as sweet acidophilus milk or Probiotic milk, this drink gets its name because of the presence of healthy bacteria known as the Lactobacillus acidophilus. This bacterium imparts it a tangy flavor and thickened texture.

Currently, acidophilus milk has gained popularity because of low fat content. It is also a healthier alternative for people with lactose intolerance or digestion problems. The shelf life of acidophilus milk is quite longer than the ordinary milk and is prepared by a process similar to the production of yogurt, except that it is less thick than yogurt. To prepare it, bacteria is inoculated with sterile milk and left at warm temperature. This triggers bacterial growth that consumes lactose in the milk and gives in a tangy taste.

Understating the importance of Lactobacillus Acidophilus

    One of the widely used bacterial (probiotic) supplements, Lactobacillus Acidophilus, which translates to “acid-loving milk bacterium” in Latin. This is one of the many useful bacteria which aid in digestion and immunity systems of the body. As has been suggested in the name, these bacteria contain lactose content and are hence are also used in the making of special types of acidophilus yogurts and other dairy products. Traces of this L. Acidophilus do exist naturally in the mouth, gastric and intestinal tracts and the vagina in women. As mentioned earlier, L. Acidophilus are beneficial bacteria which are primarily helpful for efficient metabolism management. Besides this, other benefits of this probiotic are:
  • It generates lactase, a particular enzyme which breaks down sugar in the milk
  • It avoids or otherwise treats diarrhea
  • It cuts the excessive growth of pathogens in the digestive tract
  • It is useful to provide relief in diseases such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Gut Dysbiosis and Crohn’s disease
  • It helps in reducing the yeast infections in the vagina and urinary tract
  • It, very importantly, strengthens the body’s immune system

  • Acidophilus Pearls – A probiotic supplement that improves digestive health

    Acidophilus Pearls is a unique type of probiotic supplement that gives you relief from various digestive problems.

    Do not be surprised if the next time you visit your dietician or physician and he/she recommends you a “bacterial” diet for maintaining a healthy body. It has been proven medically that certain type of bacteria, used according to prescription, are actually beneficial for the body. Acidophilus Pearls are one such form of probiotic supplement, which contain bacteria which is good for the body, mainly to help in the digestion of the food consumed.

    The food that we eat is also a source of helpful bacteria, but their proportion is insufficient to actually make any difference. Hence, it becomes necessary to take such external supplements to provide the required amount of bacteria to the body.

    Acidophilus Pearls are pearl-shaped probiotic supplement capsules, which can easily make it to the intestines without being affected by the digestive juices. Besides digestion, Acidophilus Pearls also help in improving the immune system of the body.

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