Definition of Acidophilus milk
1. Noun. Milk fermented by bacteria; used to treat gastrointestinal disorders.
Medical Definition of Acidophilus milk
1. Milk inoculated with a culture of Bacillus acidophilus. (05 Mar 2000)
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Literary usage of Acidophilus milk
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1. Progressive Medicine by Hobart Amory Hare (1922)
"In some cases the influence of 500 cc of the acidophilus milk was less ... Within a few days after the ingestion of the acidophilus milk and added lactose, ..."
2. The New Dietetics, what to Eat and how: A Guide to Scientific Feeding in by John Harvey Kellogg (1921)
"... the flora may be changed by the use of lactose or dextrine or by the use of acidophilus milk in liberal quantities without any other change in diet. ..."
3. Eating Hints: Recipes and Tips for Better Nutrition During Cancer Treatment edited by Yale New Haven Med Cntr, Yale-New Haven Medical Center Staff (1990)
"Foods High In Lactose: • Milk (liquids or dry solids), ice cream (some people can use acidophilus milk or milk treated with Lact-aid which has less lactose ..."
4. Eating Hints for Cancer Patients by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"Type of Food Allowed Items Milk Milk Products Potatoes Rice Pasta Soups Sweets Vegetables Miscellaneous Fermented milk products such as acidophilus milk, ..."
5. Wic Food Packages: Time for a Change by Institute Of Medicine (2006)
"Lactose malabsorption from yogurt, pasteurized yogurt, sweet acidophilus milk, and cultured milk in lactase-deficient individuals. ..."