Non-dairy probiotic products.

@article{RiveraEspinoza2010NondairyPP,
  title={Non-dairy probiotic products.},
  author={Yadira Rivera-Espinoza and Yoja Gallardo-Navarro},
  journal={Food microbiology},
  year={2010},
  volume={27 1},
  pages={1-11}
}
There is evidence documenting the beneficial health effects of probiotic microorganisms. Also, many studies have reported that the best matrices to deliver probiotic are dairy fermented products. However, recently several raw materials have been extensively investigated to determine if they are suitable substrates to produce novel non-dairy probiotic microorganisms, and it has been found that traditional fermented foods may contain viable probiotic microorganisms. Numerous such examples can be… CONTINUE READING

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It was found that while cereals have been extensively investigated to develop new probiotic foods ; further research about the probiotic beneficial effects of traditional fermented products is needed .
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It was found that while cereals have been extensively investigated to develop new probiotic foods ; further research about the probiotic beneficial effects of traditional fermented products is needed .
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