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World’s first probiotic coffee offers ten times the cultures of probiotic yogurt

 

It's probably rubbish.....but i thought i would let you all read this..........

Tipton Mills probiotic coffee

 

If you lead a generally healthy lifestyle, or regularly experience less-than-ideal stomach issues, you’re probably well aware of probiotics. For the unaware, they are “good bacteria” — live microorganisms that reduce the amount of “bad bacteria” found inside the stomach. By reducing the amount of bad bacteria, they create a healthier stomach, and thus can reduce the frequency of general stomachaches, and can prevent acid reflux or digestive tract infections.

As everyone who consumes probiotics knows, they’re usually found in yogurt, mainly because probiotics need to be kept cool to survive, and yogurt is a relatively hassle-free way to take them. If you don’t like yogurt though, you’ve generally had a tougher time taking probiotics. Thankfully, company Tipton Mills claims to have figured out a way to make probiotics survive in hotter temperatures, and has been able to add them to coffee.

Developed by Ganeden Biotech, the probiotic, GanedenBC30, is able to survive heat and then stay strong enough to survive the acids inside the human body. Because the new probiotics can survive heat, they can in theory be added to a whole new range of products, such as soups. On top of that, it offers ten times as many cultures as probiotic yogurt.

Anecdotally speaking, many people with stomach problems cite coffee as something that only exacerbates their issues. So if you avoid coffee every morning and have to stay awake by getting a good night’s sleep rather than drinking four cups of coffee before lunch, one that can help your stomach seems pretty amazing.

If you’re interested in trying out this concoction to see if your morning cup(s) of coffee would improve your digestive system, it’ll set you back $5.49 per six-pack, or $32.49 per pack of 36.

 

http://www.geek.com/articles/geek-cetera/worlds-first-probiotic-coffee-offers-ten-times-the-cultures-of-probiotic-yogurt-20130120/