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Lactobacillus aquaticus


Lactobacillus aquaticus is a bacterium found in both freshwater and saltwater environments. It is a Gram-positive, anaerobic bacterium, also known as the lactic acid bacterium.

source in food

Lactobacillus aquaticus can be found in a variety of foods, including fermented milk products like yogurt, kefir, and sauerkraut, but also in some types of fish.

Recommended daily dose

There is no universally accepted recommended daily allowance for Lactobacillus aquaticus.


According to the guidelines of the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), the following benefits of Lactobacillus aquaticus can be proven:
  • Contribution to the maintenance of a normal intestinal flora
  • Contribution to maintaining a normal immune system
  • Contribution to maintaining normal cholesterol levels

problems due to a defect

A lack of Lactobacillus aquaticus can lead to a disturbed intestinal flora and an increased risk of infections and inflammation.

possible side effects

There are no known side effects associated with taking Lactobacillus aquaticus.

Interactions with other dietary supplements or medications

There are no known interactions with other dietary supplements or medications.
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