A Cup of Yogurt a Day to Keep the Doctor Away?

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Nutritionally, many foods are a “mixed bag,” but others are just about perfect.

What’s one of these super foods? Try plain old yogurt. It has quickly become a favorite snack food for the health conscious because it comes in both low-fat and nonfat varieties and is rich in calcium, potassium, riboflavin, magnesium, and phosphate.

A single cup of fat-free yogurt contains 50 percent more calcium than the same serving size of milk — providing a third of your recommended daily requirement. Since it’s lactose-free, yogurt also provides a dairy alternative for people who are lactose intolerant.

source:  http://www.dietdetective.com

P.S.: If you have a health condition or are on a renal diet (diet for chronic kidney disease)consult your doctor first.

If you’d rather not hop down to the market and buy your yogurt, here is a useful link:
How to make yogurt

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I am a happy Mom, Freelance Writer, Business and Health Blogger and Social Media Explorer. I love Coffee, DIY, Music, Photography, Cooking, Family, Friends and Life. (Yes, I saved the best for last!) I believe that Happiness is a DIY Project. I also blog at Vidya Sury,Going A-Musing and Coffee With Mi I tweet as @vidyasury

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