Difference between Bifidobacteria and Lactobacilli

The most prominent feature of bifidobacteria is that they are the predominant beneficial bacteria in our intestinal flora. While their population in a person's intestine numbers in the trillions, the population of lactic acid bacteria is very much smaller at only less than 1% of that amount. You could say that bifidobacteria are microorganisms that have adapted to live in the human intestinal tract. While lactic acid bacteria metabolize sugar to produce lactic acid ,bifidobacteria produce acetic acid as well as lactic acid, which is beneficial to human health.

Differences between bifidobacteria and lactic acid bacteria Bifidobacteria belong to a bacterial group that have adapted to live in our intestine.
Q:Do all yogurts contain bifidobacteria?

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