How to distinguish between yogurt and lactic acid bacteria drinks.
Last Update: 2020-10-17
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products such as yogurt, probiotics, lactic acid drinks are dazzling with concepts, and we need to understand the nature of these foods to choose the one that works best.
how to tell the difference between yogurt and lactic acid
. 1. Product name
Take a closer look at whether there are small words "milk drink", "drink" or "drink" next to "yogurt", "sour milk" and "sour milk" marked in large size on the product packaging.
2. Protein content
genic yogurt protein content≥2.9%, flavored yogurt protein content ≥2.3%, and lactic acid bacteria beverage protein content of about 0.7% to 1.0%.
3. Added substances
added more substances to the beverage, while the yogurt is no added or added less.
is based on fresh milk as raw material, after pasteurization and then add fermentation bacteria to the milk, fermentation and then cooling filling of a milk product.
nutrition of yogurt
1. Contains the original protein, calcium, fat and other nutrients in milk.
. 2. The fermentation process produces many probiotics that are beneficial to the human body and have many benefits for the human body. These probiotics can inhibit the reproduction of corrupt bacteria in the intestines, maintain the ecological balance of the intestinal bacteria, inhibit the invasion of the intestines by harmful bacteria, prevent constipation and diarrhea.
1. Original no added yogurt. From fresh milk added fermentation bacteria fermented, no other substances added.
. 2. Flavor or add probiotic yogurt. Add fruity or fruity grains to enrich the taste. Some have added probiotics such as Bifidobacteria to enrich the probiotic species.
is a class of active microorganisms beneficial to the human body, has health benefits, improves the micro-ecological balance of the human body, and has beneficial effects on the human body. At present, probiotics can be divided into three categories: Lactobacillus, Bifidobacteria, Cleen's positive coli.
1. Yogurt. Traditional yogurt is fermented by Bulgarian Lactobacillus and Streptococcus, and yogurt with probiotics is based on fermentation, with probiotics such as Bifidobacteria.
. 2. Formula. Probiotics are added to some formula.
. 3. Drinks. Many drinks are made with probiotics.
. 4. Fresh cheese. Fresh cheese contains more live probiotics.
. 5. Preparations. Commonly used spring, whole intestine, etc. are probiotic preparations.
how to choose
1. Look at the activity. The human digestive tract environment is very complex, after the stomach acid, bile and other environment can still survive the strain, can reach the intestine to play its role.
. 2. Look at the quantity. The number of live bacteria in yogurt must reach 1 million per milliliter to have an effect on the human body.
. 3. Look at the product. Yoghurts, cheeses, beverages, and oral fluids, tablets, capsules, powders, etc. in probiotic products are selected for use according to the situation.
lactic acid bacteria
is a lactic acid bacteria culture fermented emulsion made from water, sugar and other modulated drinks.
kinds of lactic acid bacteria drinks: active lactic acid bacteria drinks and non-active lactic acid bacteria beverages. Active lactic acid bacteria drinks, referred to as active milk, is lactic acid bacteria drinks containing live lactic acid bacteria, the number of live lactic acid bacteria per milliliter of active milk should not be less than 1 million, low temperature storage and sales, shelf life of about 15 days. Inactive lactic acid bacteria drinks, also known as lactic acid bacteria drinks, in which lactic acid bacteria are generally not active, this beverage can be stored and sold at room temperature.
Lactobacillus beverages, although also listed in its ingredients contain lactic acid bacteria, milk, etc. , but in fact only contain a small amount of milk, of which the protein, fat, calcium and vitamin content is much lower than milk, so basically belongs to the taste of good nutrient content of drinks.
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