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Eat More Yogurt and Avoid Osteoporosis

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  • You could call raw, grass fed yogurt edible bacteria, which is surprisingly easy to make with the right ingredients and conditions, and may help explain how humans managed to survive prehistoric eras
  • A Dublin-based study testing yogurt on more than 4,300 people found 39 percent of the women and 52 percent of the men had a lower osteoporosis risk when they ate yogurt compared to those who did not
  • Reading labels on the yogurt you buy is important, as some brands may offer a few “clean” options, but most of them are loaded with harmful additives such as sugar, preservatives and artificial sugar and colorings
  • Raw grass fed yogurt is a great source of natural, healthy bacteria, which are microorganisms in your gut that interact with your body in ways that can prevent the development of many diseases

By Dr. Mercola

If someone asked you who invented yogurt and how long it’s been on the foodie landscape, you may not know the answer, so I’ll tell you. Yogurt was probably one of the first-ever “processed” foods, as it was created as a happy accident somewhere in Central Asia as early as the Neolithic Age, 4,500 years before the Common Era, aka the Christian Era.

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