Yogurt has many useful properties, but the most important are that it can help weight loss and protect body from diseases.
Yogurt helps you lose weight!
Diet with yogurt is extremely easy to implement and does not require a wide variety of food products.
If you decide to try the yogurt diet, you need bananas, apples and granola as well. 100 g yogurt (3.2%) contains 3.5 g fat, 3.5 g protein, 4.6 g carbohydrates and 62 calories. A cup of yogurt contains 14 g fats, 14 g protein, 18 g carbohydrates and 248 calories.
The first day start with 2 cups of yogurt and a banana for breakfast, 2 cups of yogurt with 50 g granola for lunch. For afternoon snack and dinner eat only one cup.
On the second day at 8 am eat 1 cup of yogurt and a banana. And at lunch – again cup of yoghurt with some granola. In 17 h, 20 h and 22 h you can have one more cup.
Third day have breakfast with 2 cups of yogurt, bran and apple. Lunch consists of 2 yogurt cups and 1 banana, and dinner – 2 cups of milk.
On the fourth day at 8 AM in the morning eat a cup of yogurt. At 10 AM one more cup. For lunch and dinner you can have 2 cups.
Diet with yogurt should last not more than 3-5 days, and then you should restore your normal feeding.
This will prevent your body from fatigue and help not only to remove any other unnecessary pound, but also to clean the toxins from your body.
Yogurt – An Arsenal Fighting Diseases!
Here is some history of yogurt. According to one version, the yogurt comes from the ancient nomadic tribes who kept jars of milk in sheep and goat skins which were not hermetically sealed. Having a contact with germs that came outside the jars, the milk turned sour. They used it not only as a food, but also as a medicine.
Another theory for the origin of yogurt is connected with the Thracians. The main domestic animals of the Thracians were sheep which they used not only for wool and meat, but also for milk.Thracians noticed that the sour milk lasted longer than fresh milk. By adding the sour milk in the fresh boiled milk, they received a product known as yogurt. It is a fact, however, that the birthplace of modern yogurt is considered to be the Balkan countries, especially Bulgaria.
Mostly yogurt is consumed in France. According to statistics the French consume 14.5 kilograms of yogurt a year. The average German eats about 14 kg, a Swede – 13,5. Russians are the lowest consumers of yogurt with only 2.5 kg per year. It is no chance that people consume yogurt that much.
Yogurt has a full arsenal of valuable substances and organisms: protein, fats (triglycerides), carbohydrate (lactose etc.), minerals (phosphorus, potassium, calcium, magnesium, and chloride), vitamins (A, Group B etc.). It stimulates the immune system. It is an effective remedy for many gastrointestinal diseases. It helps headaches, relieves hangovers. The Bulgarian yoghurt contributes to slow aging. Fruits that are added to yogurt are usually canned or frozen. This is because the fruit acids, contained in fresh fruits, do not communicate well with milk.
The yogurt is best before the 14th day of its production.
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