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some yogurt say probiotic and some dont, what is the difference with the two and which is netter.

Probiotics refer to live microorganisms that are added to fermented foods (i.e. yogurt). These microorganisms are thought to be beneficial to the human GI tract. When a yogurt claims to have probiotics, this means that these microorganisms have been added to the yogurt. All yogurts contain a certain amount of probiotics that naturally occur in fermented foods, but the yogurts that are sold as “probiotic yogurt” contain more of the beneficial bacterias. Try your favorite yogurt in our Power Gold Smoothie!
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