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Yogurt Probiotics Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Yogurt Probiotics.

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Probiotics: A Billion Good Bugs

Did you know that your digestive tract contains more than 400 types of “friendly” bacteria? These little guys, commonly referred to as probiotics (which means "pro-life"), help reduce the growth of harmful bacteria and promote a...  Read more

9 Foods that are Good for Your Gut

Your digestive tract is full of living organisms that help keep you healthy--around 400 different types of beneficial bacteria and yeast strains that co-habitate in your gastrointestinal system. There are several different kinds of foods and suppleme...  Read more

How to Buy the Best Yogurt

While food historians cannot pinpoint exactly where or when humans discovered yogurt, one thing is certain: People all over the world have eaten yogurt for centuries. Yogurt is made when cow's milk (or dairy-free soy milk) is combined with the li...  Read more

9 Superfood Swaps for Healthier Meals

Deciding to change your diet can be an overwhelming idea. You’ll have to clean out the pantry, remove any and all treats, stock up on rabbit food and mentally prepare to feel hungry all the time. That’s the only way to improve your diet a...  Read more

8 Foods That Strengthen Your Immune System

Surely you've heard the old saying, "an apple a day keeps the doctor away."  While a daily apple is a better strategy than nothing, it'll actually take a much stronger plan to really boost your immune system. Almost every year,...  Read more

Sweet potatoes, Avocados, Yogurt, Spinach
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Sweet potatoes, Avocados, Yogurt, Spinach...  Read more

1 cup of nonfat greek yogurt, 1/2 banana, 1 tbsp p
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1 cup of nonfat greek yogurt, 1/2 banana, 1 tbsp peanut butter or cashew butter, mixed berries (100 grams or so) and enough cashew milk to thin (probably about 1/2 cup or so?)...  Read more

Greek yogurt (nonfat), skim milk, eggs, 93% lean g
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Greek yogurt (nonfat), skim milk, eggs, 93% lean ground beef, turkey breasts (the whole breasts, we have for dinner, plus use for sandwiches), chicken breasts, lean steaks, fresh veggies of all sorts (broccoli.... Cont......  Read more

I mis-entered a yogurt once where I put in 100g of
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I mis-entered a yogurt once where I put in 100g of fat instead of 100 calories...and all of my other numbers were one field off...hence, my recommendation of verifying info/caution. Yes, I deleted that food item from the database! :-)...  Read more

I love greek yogurt with a tablespoon of rolled oa
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I love greek yogurt with a tablespoon of rolled oats stirred in (uncooked) Keeps me full for hours. ...  Read more

Probiotics CAN CUT TRIGLYCERIDE LEVELS & block Cholesterol

Diabetes is an autoimmune disease, meaning the body's defenses become turncoat and attack the bodily organs instead of invading viruses & bacteria. Many people speculate that foods, such as probiotics, can aid diabetes. Probiotics are so called "good...  Read more

Greek Yogurt

Greek yogurt can be subbed for many things: Mix 2 parts reg mayo w 1 part non-fat, plain Greek yogurt for tuna or chicken salad; yogurt w salsa & tortilla chips; yogurt instead of sour cream in any cold preparation. Cuts the fat & adds protein, cal...  Read more

Yogurt and Smoothies Lovers

This team is for people who want to lose weight and enjoy a snack of yogurt or a Smoothie.We also gives recipes ....  Read more

Food Showdown: Know Before You FroYo

It's safe to say that the frozen yogurt trend has taken the US by storm—and it doesn't show any signs of stopping. Several ''FroYo'' franchises have cropped up over the past few years, including Pinkberry, Red Mango, Ora...  Read more

It's All Greek Yogurt To Me

Lowfat and Nonfat Greek Yogurt are my new favorite recipe ingredients. Since it's also a favorite of my husband and kids, I'm free to include it liberally in snacks, main courses and desserts. Greek Yogurt is also known as strained yogurt, be...  Read more