We celebrate the 10th anniversary of the YINI at a time of rapid scientific advancements that are highlighting exciting potential developments for managing health through yogurt as part of a sustainable and balanced diet.
Meanwhile, we are pleased to share our latest evidence-based conclusions so far in this Yogurt for Health publication.
The booklet will review in details the main evidence-based conclusions related to yogurt and health.
You can also visit the YINI webpages on each topic, to discover recent publications, posts or other ressources:
- Yogurt in a nutrient-rich food, containing a wide range of macro- and micro-nutrients
- Yogurt consumption is associated with healthy diet and lifestyle and regular yogurt consumers of all ages tend to choose healthy diets and have healthy, active lifestyles
- Yogurt consumption is associated with stronger bones and reduced fracture risk
- Yogurt improves lactose digestion and reduces symptoms of lactose intolerance. Health authorities recommend yogurt as part of a healthy balanced diet for people with lactose maldigestion
- Yogurt with live cultures may contribute to gut health
- Yogurt can enhance satiety and may help to manage energy intake
- Eating yogurt is associated with healthy weight management
- Yogurt consumption is associated with reduced risk of Type 2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome
- Yogurt consumption is associated with reduced risk of cardiovascular disease
- Eating yogurt is associated with a reduced risk of childhood eczema and allergies
- Eating yogurt may help protect against tooth decay and gum disease
- Yogurt can be part of sustainable diets and food systems
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