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Outrageously long URL but not sure how else to get you there (it was archived.)This is a great article on Probiotics. http://archives.theglobeandmail.com/s97is....&QueryZip=secti on+%3Ccontains%3E+health&Collection=TGAM&SortField=sortdate&ViewTemplate=GAMDocView%2Ehts&SearchUrl=http%3A%2F%2Farchives%2Etheglobeandmail%2Ecom%2Fs97is%2Evts%3FQueryZip%3Dsection %2B%253Ccontains%253E%2Bhealth%26ResultTemplate%3DGAMResults%252Ehts%26QueryText%3Dsection%2B%253Ccontains%253E%2Bhealth%26Collection%3DTGAM%26SortField%3Dsortdate%26ViewTemplate%3 DGAMDocView%252Ehts%26ResultStart%3D1%26ResultCount%3D10&
 

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Lakegirl, thanks for the site. At the end of the article it states,"The most extensively studied probiotic on the market is Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG (GG is the strain) also known as Lactobacillus GG, said Dr. Denis Roy, research scientist with the Food Research and Development Centre, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada. It's sold as dairy product or in freeze-dried capsules. Institut Rosell-Lallemand in Montreal can be contacted to obtain Lactobacillus GG, Dr. Roy said."This is also in Culturelle, which does not need to be put in the fridg. For more info see: http://www.culturelle.com/index.html ------------------vikee
 
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