Probiotic delivery technologies let you have your cake (and candy and gum) and eat it, too

In the field of functional foods, many products strive to let consumers enjoy the sensory pleasures of food without the concomitant drawbacks to health. But even major food companies like Unilever have struggled to show clinically-verifiable results in complex, vaguely-defined conditions, such as ob...

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