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Bad and beneficial bacteria are everywhere air, water and food. They travel from one person to another. Unlike pathogenic bacteria, good bacteria cannot be called a parasite because they help your body to function well. Their population in your body exceeds the number of cells in your body. coach outlet online

Bacillus coagulans are useful bacteria. It belongs to the genus Bacillus, a lactic acid forming bacterial species. The bacteria have been approved by the EFSA for veterinary purposes. These bacteria can be used as a direct microbial feed in livestock production and as a probiotic in pigs and shrimp. coach outlet online

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Beneficial bacteria are proliferating in every human body. Even after you have taken a bath, over a million of good bacteria are supposedly found on every square centimeter of your skin. Their number should be in excess against the number of pathogenic bacteria in your body. coach factory outlet online

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The Rhizoium have a significant role in nitrogen fixation. The Streptomyces are helpful in manufacturing antibiotics, while the Streptococcus Mutans are found in the mouth and convert sucrose and sugar into lactic acid. coach factory outlet online

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