Yoghurt and probiotic bacteria in dietary guidelines of the member states of the European Union.

@article{Smug2014YoghurtAP,
  title={Yoghurt and probiotic bacteria in dietary guidelines of the member states of the European Union.},
  author={Linda N Smug and Seppo Salminen and Mary Ellen Sanders and Stephan Ebner},
  journal={Beneficial microbes},
  year={2014},
  volume={5 1},
  pages={
          61-6
        }
}
Beneficial microbes enter the food supply primarily through fermented foods (largely milks) and addition of probiotics. Fermented milks are a significant component of the diet of some geographical regions, including Europe. The fermentation process serves to preserve safety, nutritional quality and palatability of milk. In addition, the microbes associated with fermented milks and probiotics are associated with human health benefits. However, in the area of health claims only one claim for… CONTINUE READING
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