Lactobacillus helveticus

About Lactobacillus helveticus

Lactobacillus helveticus is a lactic-acid producing rod shaped bacterium. It is non-motile, gram positive, non spore forming, rod shaped, micro-aerophilic, and thermophilic.

Possible Benefits

    In the studies conducted on post-menopausal women by the University of Helsinki (2004), L. helveticus proved to have significant effects on bone density and in preventing trabecular bone loss when compared to other milk products that did not contain the organism.

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