Microbiological Considerations for Probiotic Supplemented Foods

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  title={Microbiological Considerations for Probiotic Supplemented Foods},
  author={Sourav Sarkar},
  year={2015}
}
Fermentation employing lactic acid bacteria is the old-est, simple and safest means of food preservation [1] and relatively recently their efficacy to exhibit health benefits have been explored [2] With the realization of the link between diet and health, a worldwide consum-er’s inclination towards functional foods that possess certain health properties besides basic nutrition have been noted. An intense acceptance of functional foods due to consumer’s demand, social attitudes, scientific… CONTINUE READING

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