Hello and thanks for stopping by at greene edition in these scary times of the pandemic. Today I want to share some thoughts about yogurt. Remember what my nana used to say: We might all be better off with a big yogurt. I have a yogurt maker at home but anyone could easily make their own yogurt in the oven. So what is it about yogurt that is so good for us?
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Does Eating Yogurt Help Fortify Your Immune System?
Yogurt is a well-known health food, and that’s for good reason. There are many benefits to eating yogurt, when it comes to your diet and when it comes to your immune system. Given that it’s so versatile, you should be able to work it in without much trouble, and it can be added to all kinds of meals in order to give you a nice healthy boost.
Something that yogurt is best known for is the presence of probiotics. Many people know about probiotics and know that they’re good for you, but don’t quite know exactly what they are.
If you didn’t already know, you have a lot of bacteria in your digestive tract, and that’s a good thing. Without that bacteria, you wouldn’t be able to digest your food and you would fall ill very quickly.
This gut bacteria is very important to digestion and to your immune system. Probiotics are microorganisms which help your gut bacteria stay healthy, and they can help restore your bacteria if it has started to lessen in numbers.
Probiotics are entirely safe to consume, and there have been very few cases of them causing any kinds of issues with people. Not all yogurt contains probiotics, so you’ll want to make sure it says that it has live cultures on the container.
There are a few other health benefits to yogurt, as well. It contains a good amount of protein, making a good snack for when you return from a workout. Protein is very important for your health because it’s what your body uses as a foundation for almost all cells, especially those found in your muscles.
Without ample protein, your body won’t be producing very strong cells, which results in a weaker immune system. Yogurt also provides you with some much needed micronutrients, namely zinc and vitamin A.
These micronutrients provide your immune system with important components that it will use to make and enhance your white blood cells, which are responsible for fighting off diseases.
You can easily incorporate yogurt into a shake, mixed with fruit, mixed with nuts, and all other kinds of things. It’s fairly cheap to get and has a rather neutral flavor if you get it plain. This means that it can be added to just about anything within reason in order to give your immune system a small boost, especially for your gut health.
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