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Is acidophilus milk vegan?

Acidophilus milk is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is acidophilus milk?

Acidophilus milk is a fermented dairy product made by adding Lactobacillus acidophilus bacteria to regular milk. The bacteria feed on lactose, breaking it down into lactic acid, which gives the milk a tangy flavor. Acidophilus milk is a good source of probiotics, which are beneficial bacteria that can help improve digestive health and boost immunity. This type of milk is also lower in lactose than regular milk, making it a popular alternative for those with lactose intolerance. Acidophilus milk can be used in place of regular milk in recipes or enjoyed on its own as a refreshing and nutritious drink.

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