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…cancer and can enhance the immune system functioning of chemotherapy patients. Babies, children and adults who are lactose intolerant can drink fermented dairy products that have live strains of Lactobacillus acidophilus. This bacteria strain can prevent diarrhea, stomach pains and indigestion as a result of intolerance to lactose. There are minor side effects upon taking dairy products fortified with Lactobacillus acidophilus. If taken for the…

…and it is very much used in modern medicine. Lactobacillus bulgaricus was first discovered by a Bulgarian doctor named Stamen Grigorov in 1905. It was a first seen as a promising way to preserve milk since it feeds on lactose that in turn produces lactic acid. A French professor, Ilya Metchnikoff, from the well known Pasteur Institute in Paris, studied the relation of longevity in Hungarians and their love of consuming yoghurt; he concluded that…

…with time. Children are encouraged to drink milk and eat yoghurt with Streptococcus thermophilus. Streptococcus thermophilus can also act as a milk replacement for people with lactose intolerance. If you wish to take supplements to replace milk because of this condition, your doctor can advise you on the best alternative for milk for your particular needs. …

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