Probiotics more complicated than brands suggest

06/17/2009 | Plain Dealer (Cleveland), The

They have been added to yogurt, cheese, milk, granola bars -- and even chocolate. While marketers continue to tout the effectiveness of probiotics, otherwise known as "good bacteria," some caution against promoting generalized health benefits. That's because different strands of bacteria perform different functions, said Mary Ellen Sanders, a food microbiologist and dairy-industry consultant.

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