Lactobacillus Helveticus

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Introduction Lactobacillus helveticus is a lactic-acid producing bacteria that often used in the production of various cheeses including mozzarella, cheddar, Parmesan, and Swiss. This bacteria helps enhance the flavor of the cheeses and can help reduce or prevent bitterness. Lactobacillus helveticus, also known as L. helveticus, is a considered "good" bacteria that is beneficial to the health of the human body. For this reason, L. helveticus is often referred to as a probiotic. This bacteria is not only found in certain types of cheeses but may also be found in certain types of fermented milk. It may also be found...

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