Bulletin of the IDF N° 352/2000 - Culture-Containing Dairy Products - Effect on Intestinal Microflora, Human Nutrition and Health - Current Knowledge and Future Perspectives - Scanned copy
|published date||24 March 2000|
|reference||Bulletin of the IDF No. 352/2000|
By R. Fondén, G. Mogensen, R. Tanaka & S. Salminen
This Bulletin updates and summarizes the reported current status of the role of cultured milk foods containing selected probiotic microorganisms for human nutrition and health benefits. Focusing beyond the nutritional health features and benefits of fermented milks, important criteria for selecting probiotic microorganisms and their safety aspects are reviewed. Some trends that review selected global consumption patterns of fermented milks containing probiotic microorganisms are included.