Yogurt- Well-known for restoring balance to the gastrointestinal tract, yogurt with live cultures may improve heart health. Research presented at the American Heart Association's 2012 Scientific Sessions showed that study participants were 31 percent less likely to develop high blood pressure if they got at least 2 percent of their daily calories from yogurt. That's just one 6-ounce serving of low-fat yogurt every three days. Kang Kim

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All you need for this yogurt is a quart of milk, a tablespoon of yogurt with live cultures, a saucepan and a towel.

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Heartfelt Homemaking: Homemade Yogurt ~ Tutorial

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Yogurt is fermented milk and contains many of the good qualities of milk. Originated in eastern Europe, yogurt is eaten by people around the world today. Apart from its good taste, yogurt has therapeutic powers that provide many health benefits.Yogurt is loaded with healthy nutrients. It is a rich source ofcalcium, and yogurt with live active cultures aids the body’s absorption of calcium.Also, yogurt contains protein that is easy to digest. Other valuable nutrients in yogurt are riboflavin…

RecipeWall | YOGURT FRUIT BOWL - Plain yogurt with live cultures is packed with healthy bacteria to support digestive health, as well as being a good source of protein to help balance blood-sugar levels. Add some seasonal fruit but opt for low-GL fruit such as berries, apples, plums, peaches, apricots, nectarines and citrus fruits.

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Homemade Greek yogurt smaller batch: 1/2 gallon low fat milk 2 C. Dry instant milk 1 C. Sugar or other sweetener 1- 6 oz container yogurt with live cultures 1 T. Good vanilla Mix milk, dry milk, and sugar in large pot. Heat to 180* remove from heat and cool to 110* by putting pot into ice bath. When 110* whisk in yogurt and vanilla. Pour into glass jars and close with kids. Heat oven to 110* and put jars into oven. Leave light on to maintain heat. Leave 4-12 hrs. Then refrigerate!!

Delicious and nutritious afternoon smoothie! 1/2 cup lo-fat frozen yogurt (with live cultures) 1 tbsp pure cocoa (non-dutched!) 1 banana 1/2 cup original almond milk (or fat free milk) 3/4 tbsp *all natural* peanut butter 6 ice cubes 1 squirt lo-fat whipped cream (optional)

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How to Add Healthy Bacteria to Your Gut: Dr. Blum explains why eating pickles, yogurt with live cultures and fermented foods help repair the gut.

Try to eat a serving of yogurt with live cultures every day to relieve bloating and gas.

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