Yogurt is good for the body because it contains protein for energy and probiotics to balance bacteria in the digestive system. It also contributes to weight loss and even helps promote bone health. More »

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Babies can have yogurt as early as 6 months of age as a part of a balanced diet of solids. If the baby shows signs of food allergies or has an allergy-related condition such as eczema, consult with the baby's doctor prio... More »

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It is okay to freeze yogurt, although there is no guarantee of the yogurt looking and tasting the same after freezing. Certain brands of yogurt respond to freezing in different ways. More »

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Siggi's Icelandic Style Non-Fat Yogurt and Kalona Super Natural Organic are healthy yogurts with low or zero-fat content, naturally occurring protein and probiotics that may be helpful for the gut and digestive system. T... More »

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Coconut oil is a healthier alternative to choose because it is cholesterol-free, contains heart-friendly fatty acids like myristic, helps mount resistance to various bacteria and virus, improves insulin use within the bo... More »

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Often used to treat or prevent stomach and intestinal problems, probiotics naturally exist in fermented foods, such as sauerkraut and pickles, and in cultured milk products, including yogurt and kefir. More »

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There is no one particular food that is considered the "probiotic," which is actually a term that refers to a supplement; however, there are foods that contain probiotics, including yogurt, kimchi, kombucha, sauerkraut, ... More »

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