Good news, yogurt fans! Your love of the creamy, rich snack may be cutting your risk of diabetes.
While it is unclear why, researchers found that people who ate yogurt and certain cheeses cut their risk of developing diabetes by about 25 per cent compared to those who had none.
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To achieve this lower risk of diabetes, a person would need to eat about four-and-a-half servings (about 4.4-oz each) of low-fat fermented dairy products per week.
"At a time when we have a lot of other evidence that consuming high amounts of certain foods, such as added sugars and sugary drinks, is bad for our health, it is very reassuring to have messages about other foods like yoghurt and low-fat fermented dairy products that could be good for our health," leadRead More »from Yogurt may help prevent diabetes, study shows