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|L. bulgaricus is extremely proteolytic (i.e., able to split proteins for easy digestion and absorption). When the proper strain of L. bulgaricus is selected and grown in the appropriate medium, I have found it to be very effective for alleviating digestive problems such as acid reflux and taming runaway appetite. These friendly, helpful bacteria are also recommended for:|
|Production of lactic acid by the bacterium provides a favorable environment for the growth of other
lactobacilli and bifidobacteria residing in the intestine. Studies
indicate that certain strains of L. bulgaricus stimulate production
of interferon and tumor necrosis factor, thus establishing a
potential role in modulating the immune system.
|Originally posted by goodpapa
. To ensure success I will separate out the whey from my yogurt and add it to the cabbage FROM THE BEGINNING to give the inherent lactobacillus a head start.
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