The latest is that double dipping DOES spread bacteria! So get your own bowl of salsa or take and NEW chip.
Foods with tiny bacteria animals in them are good for our digestive system, may reduce cancer risks and reduce blood pressure (The Flint Journal). The two main bacteria strains are lactobacillus and bifidobacterium. My question is, if I’m eating little creatures, can I still call myself a vegetarian?
According to nutritionist Beatrix, MPH, cranberries are an excellent choice in preventing adhesions of E. coli to urinary tract cells. She has a great recipe for your holiday menu.
Jumping on the band wagon, Kraft is getting into probiotics. I don’t know how good it will be but I’m sure I’ll try out the products just to see if they past the taste test. Here are some of the new line: Post Live Active cereal, Live Active cottage cheese and Natural Cheese Snack . Have you tried any of these foods? What were they like?