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Good for your metabolism and for the development of brain and nervous system in smaller kids. 60% of the intake of calcium and iodine comes from milk and dairy products. You should therefore eat more yogurt to get these nutrients covered. If you already enjoy yogurt regularly, kudos to you, research says you will most likely have stronger bones compared to someone who doesn’t eat it.

The large observational study. Why you should eat more yogurt Perhaps you’ve seen the commercials on television that claim yogurt is good for your digestive health. Beyond helping with regularity, new research shows that eating yogurt can actually help stabilize your blood pressure. If you don’t have any gastrointestinal illnesses, eating yogurt regularly will help to prevent the chances of you developing them.

The recommendation is that you opt for a yogurt that contains. Here are at least 4 reasons why you should be eating more yogurt: 1. Helps burn belly fat – Did I just say belly fat?! Yes!

A study conducted in the United States found that eating a diet high in calcium, in particular yogurt, can help you lose more weight. Participants who ate a high yogurt. Yogurt is a tremendously convenient food that’s both nutrient-rich (we’re talking protein, calcium, probiotics, B vitamins) and available nearly everywhere, and it’s a much better snack than a. So yogurt eaters will get a dose of animal protein (about 9 grams per 6-ounce serving), plus several other nutrients found in dairy foods, like calcium, vitamin B-2, vitamin B-12, potassium, and.

5 Reasons to Eat Yogurt before Bed 1. Induces sleep. As mentioned, yogurt contains tryptophan. It is an amino acid which helps produce sleep-inducing and 2. Good for lactose-intolerant people. Low-fat yogurt can be a lifesaver for those who want to eat healthier: it’s low in calories, contains probiotics and calcium and has a rich, creamy taste. But recent studies are starting to question whether yogurt is a food you should be eating — that’s especially true for women who are pregnant.

As per the study done in 2013, consumption of yogurt on regular basis is associated with lower blood pressure, blood glucose and triglyceride levels and less insulin resistance compared with.

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Because yogurt is usually consumed orally and because bacterial and nonbacterial components of yogurt may be altered in the gastrointestinal tract, the results of these studies may not reflect those that would be found if the yogurt had been consumed orally.

“Pharmacodynamic Basis of Herbal Medicine” by Manuchair Ebadi
from Pharmacodynamic Basis of Herbal Medicine
by Manuchair Ebadi
CRC Press, 2006

The nutritional aspects of yogurt will be more thoroughly investigated in the near future as well.

“Development and Manufacture of Yogurt and Other Functional Dairy Products” by Fatih Yildiz
from Development and Manufacture of Yogurt and Other Functional Dairy Products
by Fatih Yildiz
CRC Press, 2016

The main reason why such measures are thought necessary is to protect the image of yogurt as a healthy, nutritious food–one low in fat and calories and containing health‐promoting bacteria.

“Microbiology and Technology of Fermented Foods” by Robert W. Hutkins
from Microbiology and Technology of Fermented Foods
by Robert W. Hutkins
Wiley, 2018

Apparently being inside the bacterial cells protects the enzyme during passage through the stomach so that it is present and active when yogurt reaches the small intestine.

“Applied Dairy Microbiology, Second Edition” by Elmer H. Marth, James Steele
from Applied Dairy Microbiology, Second Edition
by Elmer H. Marth, James Steele
Taylor & Francis, 2001

the eating quality of the yogurt.

“The Sensory Evaluation of Dairy Products” by Stephanie Clark, Michael Costello, MaryAnne Drake, Floyd Bodyfelt
from The Sensory Evaluation of Dairy Products
by Stephanie Clark, Michael Costello, et. al.
Springer New York, 2009

Just as ingesting prebiotic fibers increases bacterial counts in your intestines, so it goes in yogurt as well.

“Boundless: Upgrade Your Brain, Optimize Your Body & Defy Aging” by Ben Greenfield
from Boundless: Upgrade Your Brain, Optimize Your Body & Defy Aging
by Ben Greenfield
Victory Belt Publishing, 2020

Unlike harmful bacteria, which cause disease, this bacteria simply changes milk into yogurt.

“The Ultimate Guide to Your Microscope” by Shar Levine, Leslie Johnstone
from The Ultimate Guide to Your Microscope
by Shar Levine, Leslie Johnstone
Sterling Pub., 2008

As a natural source of probiotics, yogurt promotes good digestion, restores healthy bacterial balance in the gut, aids the metabolism of estrogen and supports healthy immunity.

“The Supercharged Hormone Diet: A 30-Day Accelerated Plan to Lose Weight, Restore Metabolism, and Feel Younger Longer” by Natasha Turner
from The Supercharged Hormone Diet: A 30-Day Accelerated Plan to Lose Weight, Restore Metabolism, and Feel Younger Longer
by Natasha Turner
Rodale Books, 2013

Yogurt consumption has also been associated with decreased risk of progression and promotion of colon cancer by modulating cell proliferation and increasing cellular apoptosis (Rachid et al., 2002).

“Encyclopedia of Agriculture and Food Systems” by Neal K. Van Alfen
from Encyclopedia of Agriculture and Food Systems
by Neal K. Van Alfen
Elsevier Science, 2014

The popularity of yogurt has increased in recent decades predominantly because of the health benefits associated with yogurt consumption.

“Rheology of Semisolid Foods” by Helen S. Joyner
from Rheology of Semisolid Foods
by Helen S. Joyner
Springer International Publishing, 2019

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  • Iam eating curd every day in my l
    Lunch to weight loss,you alredy mentioned not to take every day, exclude that point, and tell me is it use full to weight loss?

  • Sir i ordered Mamaearth cold pressed 100% castor oil from your link and it appeared what you showed us in the video but when i have gone through the ingredients it contains:Castor oil,BHT (butylated hydroxytoulene) & tinogard TT. What should i do sir? Should i mix one teaspoon of it with milk?

  • What about tomatoes? Can you tell if what is the best way to use tomato in the kitchen. Is it okay to cook them like any other vegetables? I love to eat tamatar sabzi.

  • Here’s what I do I buy the Stonyfield brand Greek yogurt full fat whole plain yogurt. I add two packs of Stevia sweetener and frozen berries myself mix it all together in a big bowl.

  • Dairy is for baby cows! sending people in the direction of drinking another mammals milk is insane. there’s no mention of the fact that many of these are just crude filthy second-class dairy milk with starches added to make them thicker tons of sugar or artificial flavors but worst of all another mammals milk that wasn’t meant for humans in the first place!

  • You’re so right. That plain Greek yogurt is so tart by itself! I really like the idea of adding vanilla extract and cinnamon. I’ll have to try that! Do you have any videos talking about your take on 0%fat yogurt vs 2%? I’ve heard good and bad and would love to hear your point of view in a video!

  • The link given in description box is of Mamaearth castor oil alright, but it can’t be consumed as they’ve mentioned “for external use only”..

  • Me: watching this video on speaker when playing cards with my fam
    Fit tuber:mentions sexual power ( 8:22)
    Me:�� (*internal screaming* and thinking ki aaj ke baad earphone ke bina koi video nahi dekhugi��)

  • Hello brother, can tell me why there is lot of campaign against milk & milk products….I mean all vegan funda…can you make a video on it…I am really confuse should I take milk & milk products or not….

  • Can I have curd with chuna on empty stomach everyday if I feel I have calcium deficiency? I’m not surr about it. Please reply what to do ����

  • What’s funny is that all the Greek yogurt brands are not the same as the ones we have in Greece. They basically sell them everywhere else but in Greece it seems. Kinda weird. I hadn’t even heard of Chobani until a few minutes ago. Not a single one of the popular Greek yogurt we eat here in Greece was even mentioned in this video.

  • I am a curd lover..but dietitian and physicians simply tells me to stop eating curd as I have acidity problem.. but if u cud get to knw da ways to eat curd n do not get acidity, nothing like it.. thankfully I came across this channel and gradually to this useful video.. keep it up Vivek.. ����

  • Most of these videos provide info that are downright redundant. Then I remind myself videos make money. Not sure this guy is a nutritionist or a medical practitioner. ��

  • I don’t know whether you’ve it in the US:  a yogurt-like drink called Vitagen or Yakult, both Japanese products.  It advertises that it helps digestion and cleanse your stomach and intestines.  It tastes like sour milk but has fruit flavouring and sugar added.

  • I recently switched to plain whole milk yogurt then I add honey and vanilla to it. I always added strawberries and blueberries and organic granola and sometimes banana to it too. This is my breakfast staple. Is this the best choice? If not, how can I vamp this breakfast to the best breakfast staple?

  • I make mine with full fat milk and cream for proper Greek yoghurt (not like the low fat rubbish you get in the shops).

    For a milder, even creamier yoghurt, add some (more!!)whipped cream after fermenting and straining your yoghurt.

  • I regularly watch your video. Good information. In one of Ur vedio u said vicco bajradanti best tooth paste. I go through its contents. But total of content do not total up to 100 gram. Manufacturer is silent on this. So can comment on this?

  • True, we need more research.

    That’s true. A lot of probiotics are hype for sure. Yogurts are usually a safe(r) bet when compared to kombucha, etc though.

  • I’ve read where the non fat yogurt is not as beneficial as the regular yogurt. Do you suggest the non fat yogurt only for its weight loss benefit?

  • I just watched a video telling me it is good stuff, now you tell me it is not good stuff? Hey why don’t I just eat what I like and screw you fuckin’ experts huh.

  • I bought some first time in years and I get this video. Unhealthy huh? Great, I want to die. I’m eating yogurt to persuade myself from killing myself but thanks ya know.

  • Westerner hypocrisy: support Greek claims against Turkey because they are Westernern + Christan. However nothing can change a truth. That is called ethymology: Yoğurt is a Turkish noun word comes from verb YOĞURMAK (impaste/knead). This verb is even used in all Turkic languages. If a Turk hears you guys call something like Greek Yoghurt will smile but don’t say anything. Because you’ll never admit Turkish cultural heritage. Greeks even claimed Baklava as their own just like they weren’t under Turkish rule 400 years but Turks were…

  • ‼️‼️‼️‼️ GREAT SOURCE OF POTASSIUM, HIGH IN PROTEIN, ZINC and Vitmain B6 & B12. it’s also low in sugar so I totally agree. ‼️‼️‼️‼️ TASTE SO GOOD

  • So.. in order for people to have dairy, female cows are forcibly impregnated with a metal rod up their cervix. They then become pregnant for 9 months and they form a very close bond with their baby, in the exact same way that human mothers do. Within 24 hours, the baby calf is taken away from the mother and this causes the cow and the baby calf extreme distress. The mother will try to follow her baby as far as she possibly can and when her baby is gone she will cry and mourn for days. She will go to the same place where she last saw her baby and cry. Then the whole process starts again when the farmers forcibly impregnate her again, and she goes through the same cycle over and over again until her body cant take it anymore, and then she is slaughtered. As for the calves, if it’s a male calf they are killed for veal and if it’s a female they will live the same tragic fate as their mothers. Please watch this 5 minute video that explains the dairy industry: https://youtu.be/x9sSDTbJ8WI

  • I make my own yogurt from fresh whole goats’ milk. I usually eat it plain, but when I need a little extra flavor I add unsweetened berries and then add a little real maple syrup or stevia.

  • some very good information..I also like this one https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xgiwIlu4yaU&list=PLjARy3fYfN_VPnp1Y35aDT9STK6lJ_Dpx&index=3

  • U r doing a great job by helping the people with so many health tips. Thank you so much for all the efforts that you put in making these videos.

  • withyou78 if you don’t like or agree with the channel stop watching and leaving negative comments. Rolls eyes.Great video Corrina:)!