The Benefits of Homemade Yogurt!
There are many health benefits from consuming yogurt! They differ from the raw ingredients used to make the yogurt, but be sure there are plenty!
⦿ Fresh and natural
⦿ Source of health
⦿ Source of calcium
⦿ Source of protein
⦿ Source of vitamins
⦿ Source of natural fats
⦿ No artificial flavours
⦿ No artificial colouring
⦿ No preservatives
⦿ No GMO and more
Lactobacillus bulgaricus and Streptococcus thermophilus?
Yogurt is one of the most common sources of healthy bacteria, benefiting your digestive system, such as Lactobacillus bulgaricus and Streptococcus thermophilus. Each of our Yogurt Starter Culture sachets contain over 100 million live freeze-dried cells of these bacteria! They are effective in regulating the digestive system and in decreasing gas, diarrhea, constipation and bloating. Research shows that they also help boost your immune system for a healthier life. Additionally, the healthy bacteria support weight management, improve mental health and may reduce the risk of chronic diseases, such as cancer, obesity and diabetes. Furthermore, they shorten length of sickness and may reduce eczema in babies. Yogurt is also full of natural fats!
Yogurt contains vitamin A, vitamin B riboflavin and thiamin, vitamin C, vitamin D, vitamin E, potassium and magnesium!
Plays a key role in the development and maintenance of healthy bones and teeth. Also essential for wound healing and maintaining normal blood pressure.
On average there is about 3.2g – 3.4g of protein per 100g of plain yogurt, which varies based on the protein content of the milk used. The more you strain the yogurt, the higher the content of proteins per 100 gram will be.
Prevents and treat osteoporosis
The nutrients found in yogurt, such as calcium and vitamin D, help prevent and treat osteoporosis, when consumed in sufficient amounts.
Reduces the risk of developing high blood pressure
Research shows that consuming 2-3 servings of low fat yogurt per day could reduce the risk of developing high blood pressure.
Your yogurt will have nearly the same nutritional content as the one of the milk you are using.
*All of the above information is from secondary research obtained from trusted sources.