Eating yogurt does offer health benefits, but like many other foods, eating too much does pose adverse effects. Consuming too much yogurt reduces the nutrients the body needs on a daily basis. More »

Eating yogurt does not cause yeast infections; in fact, some people use it to prevent and even treat vaginal yeast infections. Yogurt contains live bacterial cultures that help restore the normal bacterial environment in... More »

Eating too much protein can lead to dehydration, weight gain, nutritional deficiencies, an increased risk of heart disease, seizures, an increase in liver enzymes and kidney problems. Lack of protein prevents the body fr... More »

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Eating yogurt does not cause yeast infections; in fact, some people use it to prevent and even treat vaginal yeast infections. Yogurt contains live bacterial cultures that help restore the normal bacterial environment in... More »

Gluten-free yogurt brands include Chobani, Fage and Stonyfield Farm. The Gluten-Free Certification Organization has certified Chobani and Stonyfield Farm as gluten-free yogurt brands. They do not contain any gluten addit... More »

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Stonyfield offers a range of certified organic yogurt products that includes regular yogurt, soy yogurt and frozen yogurt. Stonyfield yogurt products have the USDA organic seal of approval. As of 2015, at least 95 percen... More »

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In a Greek yogurt taste test done by Epicurious.com, the best overall winner was Fage Total Classic Greek Yogurt. Testers chose Fage as their favorite Green yogurt brand due to its texture and sweet taste. The only con s... More »