Miami, FL (PRWEB) April 09, 2013
In Asia, using caviar as a source of nutrients and protein has been popular for centuries. With the recent influx of probiotic products, researchers in Brazil are working on the creation of “probiotic beads”, similar looking to caviar, to include probiotics in everyday meals.
An article found on Nutra Ingredients USA with information from Laura Davy Jones of Mintel explains that researchers are convinced that this new probiotic product will soon overtake the predominant probiotic/dairy market, and will help fight against food-borne illness and bacteria consumed.
Fernando Perez a pioneer in the probiotic industry of Probiotic Action, widely known for their adult acne treatment explains why this new product will be beneficial for consumers and the probiotic industry:
“For the Asian market, or Asian cuisine, this product will help protect against food-borne illness associated with raw fish, like sushi. In general, consuming probiotics help lessen inflammation in the intestinal tract when ingested, similar to the way it reduces redness and infection when used as a topical probiotic. For consumers, increased health benefits like a stronger immune system -without the effects of dairy consuming is a huge plus for those that are dairy-free or intolerant. For the industry, it is a benchmark and validation that probiotics are healthy and have many uses.”
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