Eating yogurt on a daily basis can reduce your heart attack risk

According to a new research, consuming yogurt daily can help reduce the risk of a stroke or heart attack by at least 30%, on people with high blood pressure. Scientists found out that a daily dose of ‘good bacteria‘, or probiotics present in yogurt, boosts the microbes in the gut, protecting against the effects of […]

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Yoghurt may help to lower pre-cancerous bowel growth risk in men, reveals study

The observed associations were strongest for adenomas that are highly likely to become cancerous, and for those located in the colon rather than in the rectum, the findings indicate. Previously published research has suggested that eating a lot of yoghurt might lower the risk of bowel cancer by changing the type and volume of bacteria […]

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Know about the wonders of digestive foods and its secrets

It is important to focus on how diet impacts your health. When functional medicine practitioners examine the role of nutrition in chronic disease, they look at multiple systems viz. digestive system, immune system and detoxification system, because of the interconnections between those systems. For instance, 80% of the immune system is contained in the gastrointestinal […]

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Can fermented dairy products like cheese and yogurt protect your heart?

Although the researchers cannot yet confirm the underlying mechanisms that are possibly at play in these associations, they speculate that certain compounds that form during the fermentation of milk-derived products may have a protective cardiovascular effect. You may have heard of fermented foods and the hype surrounding them from nutrition experts and enthusiasts. By using […]

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Why eating yogurt may be good for the bones

Eating yogurt may lead to stronger bones. According to a study, published in Osteoporosis International. Eating yogurt may lead to stronger bones. For the study researchers tracked 4,310 Irish adults 60 and older, gathering information on diet and lifestyle using questionnaires. They measured bone density and joint deterioration with X-rays and M.R.I., and tested participants’ […]

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