As far as Europe is concerned any claims made by probiotics are unproven, and havent passed double blind placebo tests.
In some tests pasteurised milk has shown to provide many of their claims.
I think one of the few actual health benifits proven, is for bacteria balance in your mouth, after that mostly unproven.
I think its more to do with stress, and people thinking it will help so being less stressed, however I am open to the fact that it may work.. may...
As for the digestive bacteria stuff, there is bacteria that is beneficial to you in your intestines. Though I can hardly see how any of the bacteria in a yoghurt drink can pass through your stomach and survive. Maybe an enema would be better
I didn't mean to challenge the concept of good bacteria, I'm just far from convinced that those yogurt drinks make any real difference to anything other than the financial accounts of the manufacturer.
I'm not sure there is any supporting evidence, just consumers influenced by the placebo effect.
I'm agreeing with you
As if any of the bacteria in the drink will pass through the stomach and its extremely high concentrated acid.
Mine's just jelly beans
*All my spelling and grammar mistakes are on purpose.
Sorry to bump, but we now have a shower installed and I must confirm that I have tinkled in it.
Twice in fact.
That is all.
Welcome to the club.
They actually had an article about peeing in the shower, in one of the free newspapers here in Denmark a few weeks ago... If I can find it I shall translate it for you all
And here it is...
"Is it disgusting to pee in the shower - or alright?
Nearly three out of ten women peeing in the shower, according to new survey Is it okay or disgusting? Soren Fauli, Pernille Rosenkrantz-Theil and Don E from 'The Fox and the monopoly' faces dilemma"
It's something worse mess. It smells and is gross.
Women tend to sneer at the nose when the men entertained that they crisscross peeing in the bathroom after football. But actually recognize nearly three out of ten women that even the bladder empties into the shower. It shows a measurement, YouGov conducted for Metro.
But it is absolutely disgusting to urinate in the shower, and it is ok for men to pee in the shower, than women do?
Such dilemmas can best try somewhere: in 'The Fox and the monopoly'. In today's panel sitting parliamentary candidate for the Socialists Pernille Rosenkrantz-Theil, director Soren Fauli and former chairman of Parken Sport & Entertainment Flemming Østergaard, better known as Don E.
Read also: Click here to read the story about how many Danes who ***** at work.
Pernille Rosenkrantz Theil is mildly surprised by her sisters urge to urinate in the bath.
"What I think is disgusting manor. It is surely only pure until it has left the body, and then smell it. It's like a little game that so many women do. It surprises me actually. It could get me to keep me far away from the bath in the swimming pool and gym, "she says, adding that it is just disgusting, it is men or women who empties the bladder in the shower:
"It's disgusting to stand with your feet on a grate which one tried to hit holes in."
Women urinate does not arise on the back of Soren Fauli. No more, at least:
"I actually think that I once stood in a bath with a woman who urinated. I can not remember which woman it was. But I do remember that it surprised me because I had a notion that women did not. But now, I think that many men forbear to pee in the shower because they have an idea that women find it disgusting, but they do it themselves. "
Flemming Ostergaard does not believe that there is 'a ***** diff' on whether men or women peeing in the shower. "
"It can not bring my ***** to a boil for now to be in terminology. I'm surprised that it is 28 percent of women who do it. But it's not something that offends me. I ***** himself in the bath when I played football. "
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