Things That Contain Acidophilus

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Things That Contain Acidophilus
Yoghurt is a food that contains acidophilus. (Jupiterimages/Photos.com/Getty Images)

Acidophilus is a healthy bacteria that is present in your mouth and intestinal tract and helps you digest food and keep bad bacteria in check. Acidophilus also helps produce B vitamins in the body. While acidophilus is in your body, you might want to add more if you are prone to yeast infections, urinary tract infections or poor digestion. Foods and supplements can help you make sure you are getting enough.

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Yoghurt and Sour Cream

Plain yoghurt and sour cream contain acidophilus. Flavoured yoghurts do as well, but the sugar in flavoured yoghurts can neutralise the effects of the acidophilus. To get the largest benefit from your yoghurt, eat it plain and without other sugary foods.

Kefir

Kefir is a drink that tastes similar to yoghurt and contains many live acidophilus cultures. The curd size of kefir is smaller than yoghurt, so it is easier to digest. Even though this is a milk product, many lactose intolerant people find that they can digest kefir without problems.

Miso and Tempeh

Miso paste that makes miso soup contains acidophilus. Miso is made from fermented soybeans and can be used when cooking Asian dishes. You can up your acidophilus intake easily by having a plain bowl of miso soup before a meal. Like miso, tempeh is made from fermented soybeans, but is served in a cake form.

Supplements

There are countless supplements that contain acidophilus available at the grocery store or pharmacy. KitchenTableMedicine.com recommends that you purchase acidophilus that comes refrigerated and keep it refrigerated at home in order to preserve the live cultures.

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