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Sorry, Yogurt Lovers. It May Not Be As Healthy As You Think
Yogurt is often revered as one of the healthiest snacks because of its calcium, protein, probiotics and other contents. Well, it turns out, the go-to may not be that beneficial at all.
In a new study published in theJournal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, researchers from Madrid analyzed the health of 4,445 adults in Spain over a period of three-and-a-half years.
Keeping track of how much yogurt they ate during that time, they found that those who had yogurt on a regular basis (up to six servings a week) showed no significant differences in their overall health compared to those who ate just one serving a week.
What now? Before you ditch the satisfying snack, researchers insist that just because it doesn't work wonders on your health, doesn't mean it's bad for you. Lead author Esther Lopez-Garcia explains:
For future research, more specific instruments must be used which may increase the probability of finding a potential benefit from this food. This is because the majority of students have focused on the effect as a whole, but it would be interesting to evaluate the independent association between each type of product and global health indicators.
So keep enjoying yogurt; just don't expect it to transform your health.
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