The National Yogurt Association (NYA) claims all yogurts are not alike, but all yogurts in America, to be called yogurt, must start out with live and active organisms—Lactobacillus bulgaricus and Strepto-coccus thermophilus. These live cultures offer many health benefits, such as “preventing gastrointestinal infections, boosting the body’s immune system, fighting certain types of cancer and preventingRead More →

Yogurt is a dairy product created by a bacterial fermentation process with milk. According to the Yale-New Haven Hospital, yogurt is also packed with calcium, protein, riboflavin, vitamin B6 and vitamin B12. Besides being packed with vitamins and nutrients, the National Yogurt Association (NYA) claims yogurt can aid you inRead More →