Peptides which inhibit the human angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) may be released during milk fermentation, and the micro-organisms or fermentation conditions influence the specific peptides produced. The aim of this study was to evaluate the ACE inhibitory and antithrombotic activities of a fermented milk product commercially available in Mexico. Viable cell numbers, protein hydrolysis and the pH remained constant during refrigerated storage. The IC50 of ACE inhibitory activity was 31.38 mg/mL. Eight peptide fractions exhibited ACE inhibitory activity and six showed antithrombotic activity. Two fractions showed both. This is the first time that both activities have been reported in a commercial probiotic product.