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Threelac Pro-biotic Yoghurt


Hi,

I'm new to this forum and was just after a little advice. I stumbled across Tony's Mega Super Probiotic 12/24/48 Hour Yoghurt/Kefir recipe a couple of weeks ago and started making pro-biotic yoghurt which I've been eating every day. Great post by the way.

I was just wondering if anyone's ever experimented with using the pro-biotic bacteria in ThreeLac (http://www.ghthealth.com/ghthealth/product/detail/threelac.aspx) to make pro-biotic yoghurt. It's a rather expensive product and I was hoping I could make it go a little further supplementing with a Threelac-rich yoghurt.

The strains they include in the product are: Enterococcus Faecalis, Bacillus coagulans and Bacillus Subtilis. I've heard that enterococcus faecalis is an opportunistic bacterium that has caused problems with some people until recently was banned in countries like Australia.


(See: http://www.yeastinfectionadvisor.com/threelacreview.html
- half way down the page 'The dirty truth about Threelac')

Anyhow, I guess I'm just wondering what will happen if I let these bacteria brew for 48hrs or so? Or if I mix up these guys with other pro-biotic bacteria?

Any advice?
 

 
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