Bifidobacterium Breve

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If you think of your lower digestive tract as a pathway through a forest, then the trees along that path would be the various bacteria to which the human body plays host. One of the most useful and friendly bacteria in this environment is the species called "bifidobacterium breve." Also known as B breve, this bacteria is anaerobic and non-motile. Its branches are rod-shaped, looking almost like a cactus in the microscopic view. Once established, B breve is unique in its ability to compete with other bacteria, due to the large variety of molecules it can digest. Some people have...

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