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Definition of the noun acidophilus

What does acidophilus mean as a name of something?

noun

  1. a bacterium that is used to make yogurt and to supplement probiotics

Alternative definition of the noun acidophilus

noun

  1. A nickname for Lactobacillus acidophilus, one of the bacteria commonly used in fermenting yogurt.
  2. The “good bacteria” found naturally in the human stomach and intestines.

Phrases with acidophilus

  1. acidophilus milk
  2. Chironomus Acidophilus
  3. Thiobacillus Acidophilus
  4. lactobacillus acidophilus
  5. Species Chironomus Acidophilus

Printed books with definitions for acidophilus

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Google previewIntegrative Health, A Holistic Approach For Health Professionals (2016)

Medicine, Health by CTI Reviews

Acidophilus is a general name for a group of probiotics, often added to milk or sold as a capsule, which contains one or...

Google previewThe Gut Health Protocol (2016)

A Nutritional Approach To Healing SIBO, Intestinal Candida, GERD, Gastritis, and other Gut Health Issues by John G. Herron

acidophilus is a probiotic strain that breaks down bile acids and prevents the...

where acidophilus is the primary strain used (due to its low cost and name recognition).

Google previewEssentials Of Food Science (2016)

by CTI Reviews

Acidophilus is a general name for a group of probiotics, often added to milk or sold as a capsule, which contains one or...

Google previewFood Fundamentals (2016)

by CTI Reviews

Acidophilus is a general name for a group of probiotics, often added to milk or sold as a capsule, which contains one or...

Google previewBeneficial Microbes in Fermented and Functional Foods (2014)

by Ravishankar Rai V, Jamuna A. Bai

acidophilus is a Gram-positive, catalase-negative, rod-shaped bacterium, with no gas from glucose or gluconate, and thiamine is not required with...

acidophilus is the most commonly suggested organism for dietary use.

Google previewFundamentals of Food Biotechnology (2014)

by Byong H. Lee

acidophilus is a gram-positive, catalase-negative, rod-shaped bacterium, no gas from glucose or g1uconate, thiamine not required with adolase activity.

acidophilus is the most commonly suggested organism for dietary use.

Google previewIntroductory Foods (2016)

by CTI Reviews

Acidophilus is a general name for a group of probiotics, often added to milk or sold as a capsule, which contains one or...

Google previewOral Pharmacology for the Dental Hygienist (2016)

by CTI Reviews

acidophilus is a homofermentative species, fermenting sugars into lactic acid, which growsreadily at rather lowpHvalues (below pH 5.0) and hasanoptimum growth temperature of30 °C (86 °F). L. acidophilus occurs naturally in the human ...

Google previewManufacturing Yogurt and Fermented Milks (2013)

by Ramesh C. Chandan, Arun Kilara

acidophilus is the most commonly suggested organism for dietary use. It is a ​Grampositive rod with rounded ends that occurs...

Google previewPharmacology and the Nursing Process (2016)

by CTI Reviews

acidophilus is a homofermentative species, fermenting sugars into lactic acid, and grows readily atrather low pH values (below pH 5.0) and has an optimum growth temperature ofaround 37 °C (99 °F). L. acidophilus occurs naturally in the ...

Google previewCell Biology and Genetics - (2016)

by CTI Reviews

Acidophilus is a general name for a group of probiotics, often added to milk or sold as a capsule, which contains one or...

Google previewEat This Because I Said So (2008)

by Chris Kitchen, Bev Hansen, Jane Thiel

Acidophilus is a group of probiotics (or healthy bacteria) that aid in healthy digestion. The health of our intestinal tracts can play a huge role in the function of our immune system. Butter is an excellent source of vitamin A, trace minerals, and ...

Google previewEXTREMOPHILES - Volume III (2009)

by Charles Gerday, Nicolas Glansdorff

acidophilus is a thermo-acidophile, though it is more thermophilic (maximum temperature +70 °C) and less acidophilic (pH limit +2) than the former bacterium. Phylogenetically, H. acidophilus is distant from all other ...

Google previewGeomicrobiology, Fourth Edition, (2002)

by Henry Lutz Ehrlich

acidophilus is that it was carried for years as a satellite of T. ferrooxidans TM in 9 K iron medium without an organic supplement. The explanation may be as given by Arkesteyn and DeBont (1980), that T. acidophilus is ...

Google previewColonic Microbiota, Nutrition and Health (1999)

by Glenn Gibson, M.B. Roberfroid

Lactobacillus acidophilus is the most commonly used bioyoghurt organism. It is often accompanied by a strain of Bifidobacterium such as Bif. bifidus or Bif. longum. Four of the products currently on sale fail to specify the organisms used but ...

Google previewTwenty-First-Century Herbal Health and Wellness (2012)

by Robert C. Buchanan

Acidophilus is a probiotic pectin which is a vital friendly bacteria ...

Google previewThe Vegan Cookbook (2014)

Over 80 Plant-Based Recipes by Tony Bishop-Weston, Yvonne Bishop-Weston

Acidophilus The 'live' ingredient in yogurt, acidophilus is the friendly bacteria thatensures your digestive system is working smoothly.

Google previewAll You Wanted To Know About Acne (2002)

by Poonam Jain

Acidophilus Treatment Acidophilus is a good bacteria that resides in the intestine. It fights the bad bacteria that can be harmful for the health. Certain actions decrease the number of the good bacteria present in the intestines. As a result, the ...

Google previewThe Natural Medicine Guide to Autism (2013)

by Stephanie Marohn

Acidophilus is the beneficial bacteria normally present in the intestines that help keep Candida, a yeast-like fungus, in check. With the body unable to utilize acidophilus, due to an allergy to it, Candida naturally flourishes. The presence of ...

Google previewTotal Renewal (2004)

by Frank Lipman

Lactobacillus acidophilus is the predominant subspecies present in the small intestine, but there are other subspecies, including ...

Google previewThe Hidden Cure: The 5 Laws of Perfect Health

by Laurens Maas

Acidophilus is the friendly bacteria in the gut. There are more metabolic processes of the friendly bacteria then of the host itself. It helps with colon function; inhibits yeast growth, helps absorb and make vitamins, and is critical in the recovering ...

Google previewLower Blood Pressure Without Drugs (2009)

by Roger Mason

Acidophilus is a pro-biotic supplement for all ages. Our digestive systems are generally in poor shape from our diet and life style. Take one with 6 billion units and eight different strains. It must be bought and kept refrigerated like flax (or fish) oil ...

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