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    11cactus11 is offline Senior Member
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    i heard this stuff helps in allowing a person to eat dairy foods. any help is appreciated.

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    I know it is wikipedia, but this one article on a health website didn't talk about dairy at all and was geared towards women and preventing yeast infections. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lactobacillus_acidophilus

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    Tim Anderson RKC is offline Junior Member
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    Check out Lactaid. It's for those who are lactose intolerant.

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    xJ25x is offline Junior Member
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    Acidophilus is whats referred to as a probiotic. In other words it's the healthy bacteria that lives in your digestive track. There are hundreds of strains and together they help regulate your digestion and your immune system. When the ratio of good bacteria to bad is out of wack, you run the risk of getting sick or developing digestive issues.

    As far as I know it won't have anything to do with helping you digest dairy. Taking an enzyme called Lactase (the enzyme that helps break down lactose) may help with that, but that's a digestive enzyme, not a probiotic. Enzymes are in your stomach, probiotics live in your large and small intestine.

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