Tag: Yogurt

Eating Yogurt May Help Reduce Chronic Inflammation, Study Says

A study done by a team from the University of Wisconsin at Madison found that consuming yogurt could reduce chronic inflammation. The university recruited premenopausal women for a nine-week experiment.

Healthy Living/Wellness May 15, 2018

Eating Yogurt Linked To Lower Cardiovascular Disease Risk In Individuals With High Blood Pressure

Higher intake of yogurt has been tied to reduced risk for heart attack and stroke in hypertensive individuals. Here are other health benefits of consuming the fermented food product.

Public Health February 18, 2018

Good Bacteria May Inhibit Growth Of Pathogen Causing Ear Infection And Pneumonia: Examples Of Food High In Good Bacteria

The harmless bacteria C. accolens was found to negatively affect the growth of the infection-causing S. pneumoniae. One can get a head start on getting good bacteria such as C. accolens by including probiotic food in one's diet.

Life January 11, 2016

Eating More Yogurt Tied To Lower Body Weight And Smaller Waists

Previous studies showed that eating more yogurt is linked to having lower body weight, less body fats and smaller waists. However, a new comprehensive review revealed that there is no clear relationship between yogurt consumption and a person's body composition.

Life November 26, 2015

Feeling Depressed? Eating Vanilla Yogurt Can Make You Feel Good

Food has varying effects on people's mood. In a new study, researchers found that eating vanilla yogurt can help improve mood and combat feelings of being depressed.

Life November 12, 2015

Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams Shuts Down Ohio Plant Due To Listeria

Barely three weeks after it re-opened on May 13, Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams has halted production in its Ohio plant owing to Listeria. The ice cream maker has also closed its scoop shops a second time round due to the Listeria outbreak.

Life June 15, 2015

Yogurt Has No Positive Effect On Health Says New Study

Yogurt, it turns out, is not exactly good for you. Researchers have found that eating the dairy product regularly does not impart positive health effects.

Life April 23, 2015

Starbucks Adds Kale To Its Menu With The Release Of Three New Smoothies

Starbucks is introducing kale to beverages with the rollout of three new Evolution Fresh Smoothies at select locations.

Internet Culture April 1, 2015

Yogurt May Help Lower Diabetes Risk: Here's Why

Individuals who consume an average of 18 ounces of yogurt per day were associated with reduced risks for Type 2 diabetes. Researchers said the benefit may be attributed to the probiotics present in the dairy product.

Life November 25, 2014

High consumption of milk may increase mortality risk: Study

Milk can increase mortality rates and the incidence of bone fractures in women, a new study reports.

Life November 1, 2014

Another probiotic advantage: Bacteria protects against heavy metal poisoning

Probiotic bacteria in yogurt found to protect children and pregnant women from the effects of toxic heavy metals. Yogurt kept arsenic, mercury in the diet from being absorbed into the body, study found.

TECH TV October 7, 2014

Probiotics lower blood pressure with a little culture

High blood pressure can be moderated by consuming probiotics, like those in yogurt and kefir, based on a new meta-study.

Life July 22, 2014

Taking probiotics regularly might help those with high blood pressure

Taking probiotics regularly for two months might moderately lower blood pressure. Further studies must be done to figure out which probiotic products are best suited for this purpose.

Life July 21, 2014

Chobani 'Nature got us to 100 calories, not scientists' slogan draws fire, prompts apology

Chobani yogurt just tried a new advertising campaign that backfired. Maybe science DID help it get to 100 calories, after all.

Life June 9, 2014

Yogurt a day will keep type 2 diabetes away

A new study has found a link between the regular consumption of yogurt and a reduced risk of developing type 2 diabetes, in 30,000 people whose health and diets were tracked for a period of 11 years.

Life February 8, 2014

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