Washington: Fermented milk is effective in the therapeutic treatment of chronic gastritis, according to a study. Gastritis produced by acetyl-salicylic acid (ASA) consumption is a common disorder worldwide.
The new study indicates that the milk fermented with S. thermophilus CRL 1190 and/or its EPS was effective in the therapeutic treatment of chronic gastritis by modulating the immune response of the mice and by increasing the thickness of the gastric mucus gel layer. The fermented milk showed a similar protective effect to omeprazole. The application of this fermented milk and/or its EPS constitutes a potential natural alternative for the prevention and treatment of ASA-associated gastric damage. The study will be published in the World Journal of Gastroenterology. ANI
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