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Yogurt bacteria: inseparable duo

  1. Dairy products with added bacteria for good digestion. Some people get scared of the idea. Few people realize that yogurt, for example, contains naturally living bacteria. And they are good for our intestinal flora.

  1. We all want a healthy and varied diet. Dairy should certainly not be missing in a healthy diet. A bowl of yogurt contributes to the feeling of 'being nice to your body'. And rightly so, because yogurt is a supplier of many healthy nutrients. And - naturally - also from good bacteria. Yogurt is a milk product that has been fermented and soured in a controlled manner. The word comes from the Turkish yoÄŸurt, which is associated with the adjective 'yoÄŸun' ('thick') and the verb yoÄŸurmak, which means 'to knead'.

  2. We all want to eat a healthy and varied diet. Dairy should certainly not be missing in a healthy diet. A bowl of yogurt contributes to the feeling of 'being nice to your body'. And rightly so, because yogurt is a supplier of many healthy nutrients. And - naturally - also good bacteria. Yogurt is a milk product that has been fermented and soured in a controlled manner. The word comes from the Turkish yoÄŸurt, which is associated with the adjective 'yoÄŸun' ('thick') and the verb yoÄŸurmak, which means 'to knead'.

Fermented

  1. Yogurt is fermented. This means that the lactose has been converted by lactic acid bacteria into lactic acids. This makes it easier to digest, which is beneficial for the intestinal flora and intestines. The fermentation of the yogurt is done by adding two lactic acid bacteria, the so-called live yogurt culture: The rod-shaped Lactobacillus delbrueckii ssp. bulgaricus The bulbous Streptococcus salivarius ssp. thermophilus If there is too much or too little of any of the above, it is called fermented milk or fermented milk drink and the final product should not be called yogurt.

  2. Yogurt is fermented. This means that the lactose has been converted into lactic acids by lactic acid bacteria. This makes it easier to digest, which is beneficial for the intestinal flora and intestines. The fermentation of the yogurt takes place by adding two lactic acid bacteria, the so-called live yogurt culture: The rod-shaped Lactobacillus delbrueckii ssp. bulgaricus The bulbous Streptococcus salivarius ssp. thermophilus If there is too much or too little of any of the above, it is called fermented milk or fermented milk drink and the final product should not be called yogurt.

Easier to digest

  1. As mentioned, yogurt is easier to digest than, for example, milk, this is due to the action of both bacteria in the yogurt. Yogurt promotes the digestion of lactose or milk sugar in people with milk intolerance. Not only that, because it also speeds up gastric emptying and stimulates intestinal transit. Finally, yogurt supports the work of the intestinal flora.

  2. As mentioned, yogurt is easier to digest than milk, for example, this is due to the effect of both bacteria in the yogurt. Yogurt promotes the digestion of lactose or milk sugar in people with milk intolerance. Not only that, because it also speeds up gastric emptying and stimulates intestinal transit. Finally, yogurt supports the work of the intestinal flora.

What are probiotics?

  1. The term probiotics comes from the Greek. It comes from 'pro bios' and means 'for the benefit of life'. Probiotics are added to dairy products to improve intestinal flora. This group includes Bifidus bacteria, Streptococcus and Lactobacillus species, which also occur naturally in the human intestine. These bacteria are said to survive better in the human digestive system than yogurt bacteria. Prebiotics and synbiotics are also added to some of these fermented milk products. probiotics Live micro-organisms that survive the stomach and small intestine and have a beneficial effect on the intestinal flora and / or intestinal function. prebiotics Indigestible nutritional components (eg fiber) that stimulate the growth or activity of the probiotics in the colon. synbiotics Products containing probiotics and prebiotics.

  2. The term probiotics comes from the Greek. It comes from 'pro bios' and means 'for the benefit of life'. Probiotics are added to dairy products to improve intestinal flora. This group includes Bifidus bacteria, Streptococcus and Lactobacillus species, which also naturally occur in the human intestine. These bacteria are said to survive better in the human digestive system than yogurt bacteria. Prebiotics and synbiotics are also added to some of these fermented milk products. probiotics Live micro-organisms that survive the stomach and small intestine and have a beneficial effect on the intestinal flora and / or intestinal function. prebiotics Indigestible nutritional components (eg fiber) that stimulate the growth or activity of the probiotics in the colon. synbiotics Products containing probiotics and prebiotics.

Functional food

  1. We call dairy products to which probiotics have been added functional food. The packaging of products with probiotics sometimes contains claims such as relieving intestinal complaints. Other common health effects attributed to probiotics are: Inhibiting unwanted bacteria, such as E.coli Prevention of diarrhea due to rotaviruses and Salmonella Reduce the effects of Candida infections Positive influence of cholesterol metabolism Direct or indirect inhibition of the development of colon cancer Promote the immune response Improved bowel movements Promote the absorption of minerals, especially calcium Breakdown of lactose, important in lactose intolerance In particular, the claims for diarrhea, aiding lactose intolerance, improving bowel movements and inhibiting candida infections have been extensively studied and scientifically well-founded. Experts are also very enthusiastic about the effect of probiotics in intestinal disorders such as Crohn's disease, with ADHD and, for example, just before or during a course of antibiotics. At present, the scientific evidence of this for the European Food Safety Authority (ESFA) is still insufficient to make these claims. This is often due to the size of the studies conducted or the fact that not enough studies have yet been conducted on (sufficient) people. Manufacturers may only use a claim if it appears on a list of approved claims. The list of approved claims is compiled EFSA.

  2. We call dairy products to which probiotics have been added functional food. The packaging of products with probiotics sometimes contains claims such as relieving intestinal complaints. Other common health effects attributed to probiotics are: Inhibit unwanted bacteria, such as E.coli Prevention of diarrhea due to rotaviruses and Salmonella Reduce the effects of Candida infections Positive influence of cholesterol metabolism Direct or indirect inhibition of the development of colon cancer Promote the immune response Improved bowel movements Promote the absorption of minerals, especially calcium Breakdown of lactose, important in lactose intolerance In particular, the claims for diarrhea, aiding lactose intolerance, improving bowel movements and inhibiting candida infections have been extensively studied and scientifically well-founded. Experts are also very enthusiastic about the effect of probiotics in intestinal disorders such as Crohn's disease, with ADHD and, for example, just before or during a course of antibiotics. At present, the scientific evidence for the European Food Safety Authority (ESFA) is still insufficient to make these claims. Often this is due to the size of the studies conducted or the fact that not enough studies have yet been conducted on (sufficient) people. Manufacturers may only use a claim if it appears on a list of approved claims. The list of approved claims is compiled EFSA.

Health Benefits of Yogurt

  1. Of course, the above is not the only reason to eat yogurt. The nutrients in this dairy product are very important to the body: vitamins B2, B11, B12 and minerals such as calcium, phosphorus and zinc.

Fats in yogurt

  1. The conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) in whole yogurt cannot be produced by the human body and must be absorbed through the diet. It has a good effect on cardiovascular disease, reduces the storage of body fat and has a beneficial effect on bad cholesterol levels. Yogurt is further distinguished by the fat percentage: Full-fat yogurt contains at least 3 percent fat. Semi-skimmed yogurt contains 1 to 3 percent fat. Low-fat yogurt contains less than 1 percent fat.



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