Probiotics are live bacteria commonly found in our own body and common food items . Probiotics aid the digestive system in helping food move through the intestinal tract . Probiotics may help subjects that suffer from lactose intolerance . It can also help prevent the growth of "bad" bacteria in the digestive system .
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