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Lactobacillus casei: Yakult's Beneficial Bacteria
Transcript of Lactobacillus casei: Yakult's Beneficial Bacteria
it? I myself would say that there would be a slim chance that scientists may figure out if L. casei can be kept in any other conditions apart from those found in dairy products. But scientists may eventually find out... My theory... After the aforementioned details of Lactobacillus Casei, you would probably be thinking that this bacteria is good!
If you did, that's great. One final question: Lactobacillus casei needs certain nutrients and minerals to grow. These nutrients and minerals can be found in dairy foods and liquids.
The bacteria also needs to remain in dairy products because they are the only substance that the beneficial bacteria can survive on. Where and how does the bacteria grow? L. casei is bacteria and probiotic found not only in the mouth and intestines, but also in some dairy products such as Yakult. Is it
harmful or helpful? Lactobacillus Casei is one of the helpful bacteria!
This bacteria is vital in protecting
our bodies from several diseases.
These diseases are in the intestines. How does it prevent diseases? I will tell you how later.
First you should know how it grows... By Yonatan Lactobacillus casei is able to and may destroy harmful bacteria in the human intestines, which, if not treated can cause gastrointestinal diseases. Destroying those bad bacteria helps to improve and maintain human health. What does Lactobacillus Casei do in discourage gastrointestinal diseases? L. casei is often added as an extra function
for dairy products such as Yakult and some
yoghurts. The bacteria adds more health
benefits to that dairy product. Lactobacillus Casei L. casei also helps in increasing the easiness to endure those diseases. But I still have one question myself:
If scientists wanted to, how would they try to keep L. casei alive in non-dairy areas? I would say scientists would maybe try to find similar nutrients and minerals in other areas, such as on vegetables. They might go through various foods and products
to finally find something, but I'm not sure... But scientists will always
search for that
significant thing. Just in case your interested, here is footage of Lactobacillus Casei in action... credits for video: xiaogalgal