say yes to yogurt

Turner, Lisa
May 2008
Better Nutrition;May2008, Vol. 70 Issue 5, p78
The article explores the nutritional benefits of yogurt. Its nutritional content includes calcium, calories, iodine and protein. In this context, the author relates the history and discovery of yogurt. It is rich in beneficial bacteria called probiotics that keep the lining of the digestive system healthy and functioning properly.


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