Bifidobacterium lactis is a species of the smaller genus Bifidobacterium and exists the gastrointestinal tract, mouth, and vagina of mammals. Its benefits are extensive, and it may be helpful for people with celiac disease. Wheat gliadin severely impacts the intestines of people with celiacs, but B. Lactis can directly counteract the toxic effects and could become a novel treatment for celiac disease, instead of or in addition to the gluten-free diet individuals must often adopt.
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