Yogurt


Yogurt

  • 100% Sheep’s Milk
  • Yogurt Culture, Salt
  • Plastic container 450gr / 750gr

one serving (30g) contains

Calories
1
1%

Fat
1
1%

Saturated
1
1%

Sugars
1
1%

Salt
1
1%


Nutrition Information

Typical values per 100g


Energy Kj1
Calories1
Fat (g)1
of which saturates (g)1
Carbohydrate (g)1
of which sugars (g)1
Dietary fiber (g)1
Protein (g)1
Salt1

About Yogurt

It is a high nutritious food, as it is rich in nutrients, such as proteins, fats, carbohydrates, minerals and trace elements. Compared with other dairy products, it is superior in assimilation of its components from the body, as the fermentations it has suffered and the presence of microorganisms create an excellent substrate for the absorption of its components.
It contains protein, carbohydrates, low or no lactose, which is particularly important as it can be a good choice for people intolerant to lactose. Contains Vitamin A, Vitamin D, Potassium, Sodium, Magnesium, Phosphorus and small amounts of Iron. It is a source of calcium.

A particularly important data from recent studies shows that increasing consumption of yoghurt and dairy products in general, inhibits lipogenesis and may contribute to weight loss.
Traditional yoghurt contains probiotics that are beneficial for good intestinal function as they protect the intestinal flora.
Traditional yoghurt because of the presence of fat, must be consumed in moderation by those who, for health or other reasons, need to be careful. But this is the only negative thing. And there is no reason to deprive someone of his wonderful taste. Simply consumes less!
Its negative elements do not reduce the value of this pure product. It is rightfully ranked as a superfood.

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