Bifidus regularis

Bifidus regularis was specifically designed by Dannon Activa product line and is present in the line of yogurts and dairy drinks. It is a special probiotic strain of bacteria called bifidobacteria, which was purposely designed by the Dannon Company. This bacteria is specially chosen because it is able to survive through the digestive tract into the colon, where is can work to maintain bacterial balance. Bifidus Actiregularis, Bifidus Digestivum, Bifidobacterium Lactis, Bifidus Regularis and its variants are marketing names produced by the company. Activa is the only yogurt in the world that contains this probiotic.

While weight loss seems to be the one of the most common goals amongst millions of people world-wide. Diets and exercise when combined together, the possibilities become endless when listed in their own varieties. Losing weight has become easier and many effective weight loss guides are readily accessible in the internet today, while many websites offer information about weight loss regimes. Losing weight does not denote starving to the point of illness; unlike what most people insist on believing. If truth be told, most dieticians state that it is imperative to maintain the body’s energy and strength levels; or else the metabolism rate won’t be able to burn away surplus fatty tissues.

Most weight loss programs deal with weight loss from two diverse angles; reducing calorie consumption and exercise regimes. Weight-loss plans should include a high amount of vegetable, fruit or protein intake to make up for the lack of carbohydrates and fats. While all the suggestions made are relevant and proven to be effective, weight loss can be tricky to maintain. Often the reason for this is no other than the fact that our own bodies cannot handle the weight loss, due to imbalances’ of some sort. Irregular weight loss methods lead to cellulite build up and fat gain, rather than it does in actual weight loss. This is for the reason that the body metabolism is not capable to adjust to rapidly changing food and exercise habits.

Bifidus regularis is a bacterium that is found in Dannon yogurts and dairy drinks. This probiotic, otherwise termed as ‘friendly bacteria’, is similar to bacteria that grow naturally in our gastrointestinal tract. It helps to regulate the digestive system. This bacterium is essential in proper absorption of nutrients and digestion of food. Probiotics help improve the health. Probiotics are used to treat diarrhea, bowel irritations urinary infections etc.

Bifidus regularis helps maintain a balance of the bacteria in the colon, which in turn maintains the digestion process. By doing this, it helps keep the body healthy and fit. It also helps in maintaining weight and removal of excess fat from the body.

Among other this the Dannon company assures;

  • Improved digestive system
  • Stops constipation
  • Increases immunity
  • Speeds up intestinal transit time
  • Regulates digestives process

While there have been many controversies surrounding the products of Activa, not to mention a number of growing side-effect (gas, cramping, vomiting, diarrhea, etc.), the sales number of Dannon Activa products shows that the demand for these products is still high and acceptance levels are great. Dannon stands by its products and has refuted all of the many allegations placed against it.

In a world of oily fast-food, extremely sweetened soft-drinks and computerized video games, the consequences for the youth can be only dreadful in nature. Together with careless health maintenance end disease preventive methods the youth of today seem doomed to face disease, health risks and premature death. Obesity is only one of the many health risks that derive form the noxious lifestyles led by most of the youth. While weight loss is vital in today’s world in order to maintain an attractive body image in addition to maintaining one’s health, resolving to a sound methodology of lifestyle is also extremely important.

Last updated on Nov 8th, 2010 and filed under Digestive Health. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

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