BENEFITS OF YOGHUT FROZEN YOGURT:
|Helps overcome lactose intolerance||Easy to Digest|
|Helps prevent and combat digestive tract infections||Can lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels;|
|Excellent source of vitamins, protein, calcium and other nutrients||Stimulates the Memory|
|Regulates Digestive System||Can maximize fat loss while preserving muscle|
|Boosts immune system||Healthy Alternative to other Desserts|
It's all about Live Active Cultures! Our frozen yogurt meets and exceeds the requirements set forth by the National Yogurt Association and we are proud to display the Live and Active Cultures seal below on our products. These cultures are probiotic and are considered beneficial to be present in the intestinal tract of the human body to insure proper balance needed for digestion and good health. Our yogurt cultures include S. thermophilus, L. bulgaricus, L. lactis and cholesterol-reducing L. acidophilus. Yoghut premium frozen yogurt is never heat treated after culturing. Our attention to quality is to ensure that you receive all the healthy benefits of the living yogurt cultures in our creamy and delicious premium frozen dessert.
Frozen yogurt is packed with health benefits! It's a perfect alternative to ice cream and is very valuable to your health. Yogurt is a good source of protein, calcium, vitamin B2, vitamin B12, vitamin B5, iodine, phosphorous, zinc, potassium, and molybdenum. Along with these vital nutrients the real benefits emerge from how yogurt is prepared. Yogurt is basically milk or cream that is cultured with live active cultures. Live active cultures are in essence good bacteria that are necessary for the body to function at its best. These bacteria can boost immune system activity, lower LDL (bad) cholesterol, and facilitate in prevention of arthritis.
Yogurt can be digested more easily than milk. Lactose intolerant people are allergic to milk products because their body cannot breakdown lactose which is the main component in dairy products. But the bacteria in yogurt produce the enzyme lactase that metabolizes lactose in milk products. Therefore, for people who suffer from lactose intolerance, yogurt is a very safe and useful source of calcium from dairy products.
Yogurt contains lactoferrin, an iron binding protein which boosts the activity of cells called osteoblasts that enhances bones. Besides increasing the number of osteoblasts, the lactoferrin also reduces the number of osteoclasts that break down the bone cells. Therefore, consuming yogurt regularly helps prevent and reverse the process of osteoporosis.
Best of all, consumption of yogurt has been known to maximize fat loss while preserving muscle.