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Dietetic and therapeutic effects of fermented milk products



Dietetic and therapeutic effects of fermented milk products



Prumysl Potravin 42(3): 115-117



The beneficial and therapeutic effects of cultured milk products are discussed, including: digestibility of lactose and benefits for lactose intolerants; antimicrobial effects; desirable enzymic effects; a possible anti-tumour effect; and possible retardation of atherosclerosis.

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