6 Probiotics Profile
Are there probiotics in Sosi's Armenian Yogurt Dips The answer is that there are six live strains of probiotics in each delicious bite, this good bacteria is essential to nutrition. Probiotics are alive, and similar to the microorganisms already found in your stomach. This “good bacteria” is used by your body and your digestive tract.
The most amazing thing about our stomach is that it is home to 500 different species of bacteria. Probiotic “guests” form a bioreactor, which help with digestion, provide important nutrients, and it even forms the immune system. Necessary nutrients made by this bioreactor include lots of B vitamins, vitamin K, folate, even short-chain fatty acids. Amazingly, close to 10% of your energy each day is rooted in the byproducts of this astonishing bacteria in your gut.
Excitedly, these probiotics bring diverse benefits to the table and the immune system. Keeping probiotics at an abundant level in your body, makes it so much harder for bacteria that cause illness to take root. Good bacteria can also keep you healthy by making bacteriocins, incredibly
bacteriocins are like superheros to our systems, knocking out the bad bacteria and in the case of Sosi's Armenian Yogurt Dips with a karate chop of flavor.
The six strains of probiotics in Sosi's Healthy Pleasures Yogurt Dips are:
- S thermophilus - These super friendly bacteria assist Lactobacillus bulgaricus in making nutrients that assist with growth.
- L bulgaricus - Helps to transform lactose and other sugars into lactic acid, this is beneficial for those who are lactose intolerant. Check with your nutritionist or doctor to determine whether Sosi's Armenian Yogurt Dips could be of probiotic benefit.
- Bifidobacterium - Is a probiotic that is a natural part of the bacterial flora in the human body. It has a symbiotic bacteria-host relationship with humans.
- L. Acidophilus - Breaks down food in the intestine, several substances are formed (such as lactic acid and hydrogen peroxide) that create an unfriendly environment for “bad” bacteria.
- L. Lactis - This bacteria is used to heighten the pH of our yogurt and protects it from the growth by unwanted bacteria and molds.
- L.Casei - A probiotic culture that contributes to healthy gut flora.