Some reasons for drinking yogurt
Since you come here, you are likely look for:
- An ORIGINAL Heirloom Starter Culture for making Bulgarian Yogurt
- Genuine Traditional Product derived directly from the source
- Unique symbiotic combination of strains which can be isolated ONLY in Bulgaria without being subject to genetic modification with the trade name "GENESIS". Because we use the original starter cultures and technology to produce a Bulgarian yogurt, we guarantee the highest quality product with specific traditional taste, typical flavor and texture.
Using "Genesis" starters you will make yogurt that can be represented as a synonym of health and longevity. Any of "Genesis'" yogurts contain valuable cultures to support a digestive and immune systems. There are only lyophilised original bacterial cultures in starters such as Lactobacillus Bulgaricus, Streptococcus Thermophilus etc. Sure, it is much more faster as well as convenient to take some credible brand's pill to gain all needed probiotics and micro-elements in your body to improve ones health. On the other hand, is it a really good idea chewing the gum instead of enjoying the taste of a real strawberry?
Yogurt's got power-boosting protein and bone-building calcium. It can also help you lose weight and fend off a cold. Here's the scoop on the benefits of yogurt — and how much you should eat. Whether you opt for greek yogurt, organic or soy you'll starting seeing results instantly.
Eat 18 ounces a day and you can drop a jeans size. People who ate that much — in conjunction with cutting their total calories — lost 22 percent more weight and 81 percent more belly fat than dieters who skipped the snack, according to research from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. They also retained one-third more calorie-torching lean muscle mass, which can help you maintain weight loss. "Fat around your waist produces the hormone cortisol, which tells your body to accumulate even more belly flab." When you eat yogurt, the calcium signals your fat cells to pump out less cortisol, making it easier for you to drop pounds, while the amino acids help burn fat.
The words "live and active cultures" on the container mean that your yogurt has probiotics, beneficial bugs that live in your digestive tract and help crowd out harmful microorganisms that can cause intestinal infections. (Some, a very small number of companies put yogurt through a post-pasteurization process that kills off all bacteria.)
But many varieties now also contain special strains of probiotics meant to help regulate your digestion or strengthen your immune system. The research on them isn't conclusive, however. "If you suffer from a particular health problem, like bloating or diarrhea, it's worth trying one of these products for a couple of weeks to see if it helps. Otherwise, save a few dollars and stick to conventional brands,"- expert says.
One serving is a significant source of potassium, phosphorous, riboflavin, iodine, zinc, and vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid). Yogurt also contains B12, which maintains red blood cells and helps keep your nervous system functioning properly. "Vitamin B12 is found mostly in animal products, such as chicken and fish, so strict vegetarians can easily fall short," says Jackie Newgent, RD, a FITNESS advisory board member and author of Big Green Cookbook. Eating more yogurt can help close the nutrient gap: An eight-ounce serving contains 1.4 micrograms of the vitamin, about 60 percent of what adult women need daily.
With the right ratio of protein to carbohydrates, yogurt, particularly high-protein Greek yogurt, makes an excellent post-sweat-session snack. "The perfect time to grab a container is within 60 minutes of exercise," says Keri Gans, RD, a nutritionist in New York City. The protein provides the amino acids your muscles need to repair themselves, Gans explains, and the carbohydrates replace your muscles' energy stores, which are depleted after a hard workout. It's a bonus if you drink a bottle of water along with it: The protein in yogurt may also help increase the amount of water absorbed by the intestines, improving hydration.
Every day 70 percent of us consume more than twice the recommended amount of salt; over time that can lead to hypertension and kidney and heart disease. The potassium in yogurt, almost 600 milligrams per eight ounces, may help flush some of the excess sodium out of your body. In fact, adults in a study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition who ate the most low-fat dairy — two or more servings daily — were 54 percent less likely to develop high blood pressure than those who ate the least.
Yogurt can be an excellent source of proteins. If you're eating it for the protein, look for brands that provide at least eight to 10 grams per serving.
Despite its sugar content, yogurt doesn't cause cavities. When scientists at Marmara University in Turkey tested low-fat, light, and fruit flavors, they found that none of them eroded tooth enamel, the main cause of decay. The lactic acid in yogurt appears to give your gums protection as well. People who eat at least two ounces a day have a 60 percent lower risk of acquiring severe periodontal disease than those who skip it.
Hope, this information will help you decide to drink yogurt which you make yourself.
Here is a Conventional Recipe to use a 1 sachet to batch 1-1/2 gallon of fresh pasteurized whole milk
However, in a case you want to use your yogurt maker, please skip our direction and follow an applied instructions instead.
1. Pre-heat milk to 60-65 °F
2. Pour the contain of the sachet in the milk
3. Mix well for 3-4 minutes
4. Pour the mix into large bowl or jars and let it be incubated on 60F until yogurt is ready, normally it takes about 12-16 hours to reach a required consistency.(Oven warm up regime, thermal bag, etc.) It is ready for use. Enjoy!
5. Store yogurt in the refrigerator with 40°F
The following video generally demonstrates how to prepare yogurt by using any starter for your choice. In fact, using powder "Genesis" sachets contain can make preparation even more convenient
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