Yoghurt? Healthier Body Weights?

How is this possible?

Women's Dietary Intake Study Ties Yogurt Consumption To Healthier Body Weights

Results of a 14-day study that followed the diets of approximately 3,000 women ages 19 and older illustrate a link between healthier body weight and better nutrient intakes with yogurt consumption.

Research conducted by The General Mills Bell Institute of Health and Nutrition, Minneapolis, shows women who eat yogurt frequently are less likely to be overweight and more likely to meet their recommended daily intakes of important nutrients, such as calcium and vitamin D.


Remember: Eat fresh homemade yoghurt for maximum health benefits.