A yogurt a day may keep infections at bay

Smith, Lisa
June 1992
Environmental Nutrition;Jun92, Vol. 15 Issue 6, p5
Relates the latest beliefs about the benefits of yogurt consumption, ranging from the prevention of recurrent vaginal yeast infections to boosting the disease-fighting capabilities of the immune system. `Good' bacteria responsible for medicinal qualities; Different bacteria--different benefits; Yogurt tips; List of products with information regarding percentages of calories from fat; More.


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