Your Health Online | Yogurts Benefits
Have you noticed that in the recent years, there has been a significant increase of yogurt supplies in the supermarket? Aside from that, there are many other products that incorporate yogurt as their ingredients. There are simple yogurts, yogurts with fruit toppings and even yogurt drinks and shakes.
The advertisement for those products has significantly increased as well. Why? This is because a lot of people want to benefit from the good effects of yogurt consumption.
Yogurts are just simply a cream or milk which has been cultured using active live cultures wherein such cultures are the key to the different health benefits of yogurts. The live cultures are good bacteria which is responsible in improving the body functions of an individual. Having said that, let’s find out how these good bacteria can be of great help for us.
1) Improved Digestion.
Since yogurts have active cultures then, this will be very helpful in helping different gastrointestinal conditions such as constipation, colon cancer. Diarrhea, H. pylori infection, inflammatory bowel disease and lactose intolerance.
2) Reduced Vaginal Infection.
For women with diabetes, it has been found out that a common problem for them is to have yeast vaginal infection or Candida. However, there has been some studies where the women were given 6 ounces of yogurt (some with active culture while others don’t have) per day and there was a very significant decreased in vaginal yeast infection for those who had eaten the yogurt with active culture while no change for those yogurt without active culture.
3) Stronger Bones.
Yogurts came from milk; it is rich with calcium as well. Thus, it aids on keeping the bones stronger. In addition to that, many yogurts are also produced with Vitamin D. From the different researches it has been found out that the combination of Vitamin D and calcium help in preventing the dreadful osteoporosis, bone density loss and other bone related diseases.
4) Reduced High Blood Pressure Risk.
It has been found out by recent researches that low-fat dairy diets are very good in reducing the risk of high blood pressure wherein most of those who participated in such programs use milk, therefore, they have inferred that the same results and conclusion can be applied to yogurt consumption.
5) Weight Loss.
Yogurt is not the one really responsible for weight loss; however, eating yogurt can be very helpful to lose weight because there is a sense of fullness after consuming yogurt. Thus, the person who eats yogurt will usually eat less on the next meal or he or she will not have a frequent in between snacks since he or she will not become hungry as easily.
Aside from those things mentioned, there are still a lot more benefits of yogurt to the body - like boosting the immune system and more. Also, yogurts are very rich source of protein, riboflavin and vitamin B 12 as well. Thus, including yogurt on the daily food diet of an individual will be very helpful to stay strong and healthy for many years.
Warren Tattersall has been a full time nutritional consultant for over a decade and works with people all over the world to help them improve their health, increase their personal energy levels and to use supplements to assist with diet related health issues.
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