Practically non-existent just a few years ago, probiotic foods and beverages have finally taken off in the United States — and it's about time. For years, Americans have lagged behind their European and Asian counterparts in both their acceptance and consumption of probiotics. But the combination of a high incidence of digestive problems in the United States, an increasing willingness to discuss these issues openly, and a growing interest in functional foods has finally created a market ripe
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