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7 Health Benefits Of Yoghurt

Greek Yoghurt

Yoghurt is one drink that you should make once in a while at home.

There are so many reasons you need to make it by yourself in your home using the starter.

First, you need to make sure that the water used in producing the yoghurt is pure and then the other things is to ensure that it was produced in a hygienic environment.

Yoghurt serves your body great healthy nutrients, but it must come in with good bacteria.

For you to be sure that you have the good bacteria, make it yourself at home, using the starter.

This starter can help you make the drink at home very easily.

Under listed are some of its health benefits.

1.        Provides Useful Amount Of Nutrients

“Yogurt cultures,” fermented lactose and other natural sugar found in milk yoghurt are healthy and they help fortify the drink with nutrients that are beneficial to your health.

The process of fermentation explained in the product description process produces lactic acid, a substance that causes milk proteins to curdle.

This process gives yoghurt its unique flavour and texture.

Greek Yoghurt

Greek Yoghurt

Yoghurt can be made from all types of milk. However, using skim milk is better because it is considered fat-free.

The type made from whole milk (full cream milk) is considered full-fat.

The drink contains some of the nutrient that your body needs.

It contains a lot of calcium, a mineral necessary for healthy teeth and bones.

One cup provides 49% of your daily calcium needs.

This drink is also high in B vitamins, particularly vitamin B12 and riboflavin.

Yoghurt health benefits

Yoghurt health benefits

One cup also provides 38% of your daily need for phosphorus, 12% for magnesium and 18% for potassium.

2.     High In Protein

Yogurt provides a reasonable amount of protein, with about 12 grams per 7 ounces (200 grams)

Protein supports metabolism by increasing your energy expenditure, or the number of calories that you burn throughout the day.

3.     Boosts Digestive Health

The friendly bacteria in the yoghurt aid digestion.

4.      Bone Health

A research by Dr. Carrie Ruxton and Dr. Frankie Phillips highlighted that Yoghurt provides many of the nutrients needed for optimal bone health such as calcium, protein, magnesium, zinc and phosphorus.

5.    Lowers Risk Of Type 2 Diabetes

Different other studies have also associated yoghurt consumption with a lower risk of Type 2 diabetes (up to
22%), as well as improved insulin resistance, lower circulating levels of glucose and lower triglycerides.

6.  Aids Weight Management

People who are looking to maintain healthy weight while also having a healthy drink should take low-fat yoghurt.

Yoghurt starter

Yoghurt starter

This drink has been recommended as a cornerstone drink for weight management for decades.


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More so, Ruxton and Phillips said “evidence from large observational studies suggests that yoghurt is one of a group of foods repeatedly associated with healthier weight changes”.

7. Boosts Heart Health

The presence of B vitamins, particularly vitamin B12 and riboflavin, help in protecting you against heart disease and certain neural tube birth defects.

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