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  • Rob Keller Keller MD

    Some of the benefits in using probiotics are better utilization of lactose from lactose-intolerant people, its inhibitory effects on colon cancer, lowering of cholesterol and high blood pressure, and improvement in the immune system and the prevention of infection. That is just some of the long list of advantage that people can gain from probiotics.

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