Our expert says:
Yes, all fermented foods such as yoghurt, sour milk, maas, kefir, and traditional sorghum beer (to name buat a few), contain live microorganisms or probiotics which are generally beneficial to health. However, if anyone of these products is pasteurised or treated with antibiotics to prevent spoilage, the live organisms are killed and the product loses its probiotic advantage.
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