Yogurt : ood product derived from milk inoculated with milk enzymes that transform lactose into lactic acid by fermentation, yogurt is a product appreciated by consumers of all ages, including those that aim to follow low-calorie and healthy diet regimens. Naturally, as for all other frozen or fresh milk based food products , even in the case of yogurt, the quality of the raw material used, and therefore the reliability of the supplier, make the difference. Choosing yogurt from all over Italy as well as cream , concentrated milk , cream, whipping cream and other dairy products from the Compagnia Lattiero Casearia di Roccafranca (BS) you will have the certainty of being able to count on ingredients for the pastry and ice-cream maker industry made in accordance with the most stringent food quality and safety standards, which are distributed worldwide in collaboration with specialized carriers. The yogurt processing process begins with the selection of ingredients, which are then mixed and homogenized. Then the heat treatment takes place, followed by inoculation of the culture and fermentation. Characterized by the typical sour taste and the creamy consistency, the whole and lean yoghurt is nutritious, detoxifying and characterized by a high nutritional power, so much so that it is also recommended as a support during antibiotic therapies. Its purifying properties make it a particularly important food for smokers - including those who want to quit smoking and former smokers - and for those who want to lose weight, as well as for children, the elderly and pregnant women who give a strong help against the onset of osteoporosis.
Yogurt has been consumed by humans for hundreds of years. It's very nutritious, and eating it regularly may boost several aspects of your health. For example, yogurt has been found to reduce the risk of heart disease and osteoporosis, as well as aid in weight management.
These two foods bring out the best in each other. The high fiber content of the berries (almost four grams per cup) bolsters the healthy bacteria found in yogurt, aka probiotics, helping it survive the perilous journey through the digestive tract. Once in the gut, the probiotics help the body absorb the soluble fiber of the blueberries. Talk about a tasty win-win situation.