1, Those who use antibiotics
The use of antibiotics in the control of pathogenic bacteria, non-pathogenic bacteria have also been suppressed, but the loss of appetite, nausea and vomiting, dizziness, etc., will lead to other infectious diseases.
The active bacteria contained in the yoghurt can rebalance the gastrointestinal flora.
2, Patients with arteriosclerosis and hypertension
Nutrition experts have found that yogurt contains a “milk factor” that has a lowering effect on serum cholesterol in the body. Calcium lactate in yogurt is easily absorbed by the body.
Some people have done experiments, drinking 720 grams of yogurt a day, a week can significantly reduce serum cholesterol.
3, Tumor patients
Bifidobacteria in yoghurt produces acetic acid, lactic acid and formic acid during fermentation, which can inhibit nitrate-reducing bacteria, block the formation of carcinogenic nitrosamines, and play a role in preventing cancer.
Yogurt contains calcium lactate that is easily absorbed by humans. This increases the calcium content of the patient and has certain benefits for the prevention and treatment of osteoporosis.