Thursday, June 9, 2011

Yogurt: Acne Case Study

I have recently been tipped off to an interesting concept.

If someone is lactose intolerant (like myself) that means I do not have the bacteria/enzymes to digest the lactose in dairy products.

Yogurt has "built-in" bacteria cultures that are capable of digesting the lactose. Consider them a probiotic.

The idea is that with enough yogurt consumption one should be able to populate yourself with enough bacteria to digest the dairy, thus eradicating the lactose intolerance.

I might give this a shot.

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