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Yummy Yogurt!

Written by Mystic on Friday, January 25, 2008

Yummy Yogurt: The fermented milk with living microbes kills bacteria, prevents and treats intestinal infections including diarrhea, lowers blood cholesterol and boosts the immune system. This is not all! It improves bowel functioning, contains certain compounds that prevent ulcers and has even anticancer activity. What more could one ask for! Let us know all these wonderful benefits of this wonderful food in detail. Read on

Yogurt combats Diarrhea: The antibacterial action of yogurt has been found effective against the E.coli germ, a frequent cause of traveler's diarrhea. The lactobacilii from yogurt add good enough microorganisms in the intestinal tract that are sufficient to overcome the deleterious ones. Infact it restores microbial balance in the intestinal tract. That's why yogurt helps to relieve diarrhea.

Yogurt: A natural antibiotic: Research has shown that the bacteria in yogurt are natural antibiotics. Infact scientists have isolated seven natural antibiotics from yogurt and other fermented milks. Some of these bacteria possess bacteria-killing powers equal to pharmaceutical antibiotics like Terramycin.

Studies have shown that yogurt can prevent and sometimes cure dysentery and diarrhea especially infant diarrhea.

Yogurt: An anticancer agent: Scientists have detected several cancer fighting properties in yogurt. There is evidence to show that it can prevent cancer especially of the colon.

Yogurt as a stomach balm: Yogurt is rich in fatty hormonal substances called prostaglandins that protect the lining of stomach against noxious agents like cigarette smoke and alcohol. It also helps tickle brain chemicals, keeping your mind more alert. Thus, skim milk or low-fat yogurt is for staying awake, not going to sleep.

Watch out!

People with lactose intolerance cannot take yogurt without developing a tummy upset. So if you're allergic to milk, take care.

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