Benefits of Yogurt

The health benefits of yogurt
Eating yogurt everday is very healthy for the body. For those looking to supplement their protein, calcium and dairy, yogart is a healthy choice.

Yogurt is not just a delicious snack with fruits on the bottom, it has great health benefits. It is an excellent source of protein, calcium, riboflavin and vitamin B 12. When yogurt is compared to milk, yogurt contains more calcium and protein because of the added cultures in the yogurt.


It improves natural defense, it contains a good amount of phosphorus and 88% water. People with a risk of osteoporosis should eat at least one serving of yogurt per day.

Other benefits of live and active cultures in the yogurt are, they may help to boost the immune system. They encourage the right kind of bacteria to multiply in the gut. These bacteria help to digest food and prevent stomach infections. Also, they help to provide relief from vaginal infections.

Yogurt is fresh dairy product that must be stored in the refrigerator. The heat treated yogurt has a longer shelf life but it does not give the nutritional benefits like the yogurt with live cultures because heat processing destroys the cultures. To get the most health benefit from yogurt, there must be a live and active cultures seal on the label.

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Thank you for posting this topic Vicky.

I have yogurt quite often and I enjoy it very much.

The health benefits of yogurt have been cited for centuries, but many people still don’t realize just how valuable yogurt can be to living a healthy lifestyle. Yogurt should definitely be added to your shopping list the next time you head out to the grocery store.

Love,
Sue
Thank you Vicky and Sue.

Yogurt is very good for you and I also love it and have it almost every day.


The most outstanding benefit of yogurt comes right from the unique way yogurt is made. Yogurt is simply milk or cream that is cultured with active live cultures. These cultures are the key to many of yogurt’s health benefits. Active live cultures are basically good bacteria that are necessary for the body to function at its best. These good bacteria prevent the growth of harmful bacteria that cause bacterial infections and diseases. Healthy levels of good bacteria also promote digestive health and boost the immune system. Good bacteria prevent imbalances in the body’s yeast levels, which can prevent various types of yeast infections. It has been shown that good bacteria can also prevent urinary tract infections. If you are taking antibiotics, they may be destroying the good bacteria present in your body. Eating yogurt regularly can help restore your good bacteria levels. Active live cultures actually reduce yogurt’s level of lactose, making yogurt a delicious dairy alternative for anyone who is lactose intolerant.

There is a lot more information on the following website:

http://health.learninginfo.org/benefits-yogurt.htm
We are eating yogurt here... sweety and we like it!

I have found a new one that is made with all natural sugars and it contains no preservatives or gelatin, nor colors or atificial flavors, "Naturalia" from Danone, in Quebec.

Thanks for posting about Yogurt.

Love,
Sylvie Ying
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Thank you for the post Vicky.

People have been making yogurt for more than 4000 years. Yogurt is considered a staple food in many parts of the world, from Asia to Eastern Europe, and it is often associated with longevity..

I found a recent study that looked at the health habits of Polish people who lived to be at least 100 years old and found that yogurt is one of their main foods.


yoko
Good benefits of the yogurt.
It is a super food which play an important role to improve our health.
It is a good source of protein and helpful to gain the body muscles.
It also plays an important role to improve our stomach health and our digestion system.
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