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What brand of milk has lactobacilli acidophilus?

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2009-01-07 17:58:39
2009-01-07 17:58:39

Knudsen sells a 2% milk labeled "sweet acidophilus." Other fat-content levels might also be available from that label. The product is available at Albertson's groceries in Southern California. You should just try eatting yogurt. It has natural bacteria that help to promote intestinal health. I eat it when I have diarrhea, it restores the bacteria in your stomach to help breakdown the foods you eat!

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