School is here! Some days you might think: “My children need lots of energy for all that running around, growing and learning." This means that children need healthy snacks throughout the day. Where does yogurt fit in?
When the season of splurging is over, you need more than good intentions to start eating right. New research sheds light on foods that contribute to healthier dietary habits. Among them, eating yogurt could prevent weight gain over time! Get ready to swap to yogurt!
Not everyone can digest dairy products. This is the case for people who think they are lactose intolerant. But what is the truth? What does the science say? What are the dietary recommendations when you are intolerant? Check out our upcoming serie of Q & A and get your answers!
Research over the years has shown that yogurt can be seen as a marker of a healthy diet and lifestyle for adults. More studies are pointing in this direction also in children. This was the main message of the YINI symposium “How yogurt could improve health in children”, during the Nutrition & Growth Conference in Amsterdam.
The mission of the World Gastroenterology Organization (WGO) is to promote an awareness of the world-wide prevalence and optimal care of digestive disorders. Today we are proud to announce that YINI and WGO have sealed a partnership to spread better knowledge about lactose intolerance.
In partnership with the World Gastroenterology Organization, the Yogurt in Nutrition Initiative puts things in perspective in this Q&A about lactose intolerance and lactose maldigestion. Let’s explore the first nine facts of the “Lactose Dilemma”.
The Journal of Nutrition just released the Proceedings of the Fourth Global Summit on the Health Effects of Yogurt. The conference was focused on the scientific evidence, linking yogurt consumption and symptoms of Type 2 Diabetes (T2D) to the goal of translating science into practice.
Many of us have been touched by diabetes. Maybe it’s a friend or family member, who lives with diabetes, or your patients or perhaps you battle the condition yourself. Nearly one in two (46%) of the 415 million adults, living with diabetes worldwide, are unaware that they have the condition. Fortunately, there is some good news in prevention: A growing body of science indicates that there may be a beneficial association between yogurt and type 2 diabetes (T2D). Here are the facts!
There are still good reasons for eating yogurt every day! One of them is related to the origin of yogurt itself. Discover how it is made! And did you know that yogurt is all about fermentation!