Cell-free wheys from bifidobacteria fermented milks exert a regulatory effect on the intestinal microflora of mice and humans.

Bacteroides fragilis and clostridia are normally present in the human colon but they may exert pathogenic effects when the homeostasis is upset following various forms of stress. One approach to preventing gastrointestinal disorders is to use bifidobacteria fermented milk. It has been suggested that the efficacy of such a product is related to abiotic… CONTINUE READING