The Science Behind Bifidobacteria

The Science Behind Bifidus 

The Science Behind Bifidus

 


 

Bifidobacteria are characterised by their Y-shaped structure

Henry Tissier discovered Bifidobacteria in the intestinal flora of breast-fed babies

Promising research data gave Danone the idea to introduce Bifidobacteria into a yogurt

After performing in vitro screenings with several Bifidobacteria, Danone's specialists selected Bifidus ActiRegularis®, which is able to survive and grow in milk

Bifidus ActiRegularis® was deposited at the Institute Pasteur in Paris under its scientific name Bifidobacterium lactis CNCM I-2494

Bifidus Actiregularis® is patented, exclusive to Activia®and an integral part of our formula and fermentation process.

Activia® contains 4 billion Bifidus ActiRegularis® per 125g pot

Bifidus ActiRegularis® is proven to survive the passage through the entire gastro-intestinal tract