Bifidus Regularis: Probiotic for Regularity?

Bifidus Regularis sounds like a very official scientific microbe. Actually, it's Dannon's creative trademarked name for a probiotic bacteria in its Activia yogurts scientifically known as B. animalis subsp. lactis strain DN-173010, or as some people call it, B. lactis DN-173010. The origin of the bacteria is from food (as the "lactis" name suggests).

Dannon used to market the Activia line of yogurts for constipation help, but after several lawsuits, they dropped the specific health claims. Thus, the name "Regularis" was adopted in the past and still is used today.

What Does Activia's B. lactis DN-173010 Do?

Coming soon! For more information on the specifics of this probiotic strain, including details of what studies have shown, download "The B. lactis DN 173010 Guide."

Where Do You Find B. lactis DN-173010 ?

Danone, the parent company of Dannon, markets this same probiotic in milk-based Activia products around the globe. At the time of this writing, some of the names Danone uses for the probiotic in Activia products are:

  • Bifidus Regularis (in the US)
  • Bifidobacterium lactis DN-173010
  • B. lactis DN-173010
  • Bifidobacterium animalis lactis DN-173010
  • Bifidus ActiRegularis (in the UK, Czech Republic, Ukraine, Saudi Arabia)
  • BL Regularis (in Canada)
  • Actiregularis (in Mexico)
  • Bifidus Lactis Animalis (Indonesia)
  • Bacilo DanRegularis (Brazil)

There are numerous Activia products around the world, and to learn more on this website about Activia items in the United States, click here.

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