5. Yogurt Is Good for Diabetics

Diabetes

Yogurt is a low-carb food and also can be a non-fat blend of yogurt. This is great for diabetics trying to watch their diet. It may improve your cholesterol level too.

4. Yogurt Is High in Protein

Greek Yogurt

Protein is more desirable for the elderly, bodybuilders, and dieters because higher protein helps keep you satisfied longer. If you like Greek yogurt, which is thick, not runny, it has even more protein. Eating more protein increases muscle mass, reduces body fat, and makes diets work better.

3. Lowers Risk of Chronic Digestive Issues

Good Digestion

Yogurt is a probiotic that helps lower the risk of digestive diseases, leaky gut, SIBO, and diverticulitis. It helps by keeping your microbiome (your gut bacteria) in good condition, pushing out the bad bacteria and viruses.

2. Lowers Inflammation

Yogurt changes bacterial levels in the digestive tract, which lowers inflammation that in turn, lowers the risk of colorectal cancers, a great preventative remedy.

1. Helps You Lose Weight

Lose Weight

50% of Americans would like to lose weight, and consuming yogurt up to three times daily increases the appetite-reducing hormone peptides YY and GLP, which are especially present in full-fat dairy products. Studies show you have a better loss of both body fat and body weight.

Enjoy your plain yogurt with fresh fruit, nuts, bee pollen, wheat germ, flaxseed, or any kind of nuts or seeds that are your favorites.

You can add some spices like, cinnamon, ginger, cloves, or even turmeric. If you need a sweetener, use a good quality all-natural honey, maple syrup, or coconut sugar.

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