Association between habitual yogurt consumption and newly diagnosed non-alcoholic fatty liver disease Source link
Men who consumed at least two servings per week had decreased risk for adenomas. Source link
(MedPage Today) -- Study shows fewer polyps in men who consume the food at least twice a week Source link
(MedPage Today) -- Large observational studies show fewer polyps in frequent consumers -- but only for men Source link
A new study has found that men who eat yogurt regularly have a lower risk of abnormal growths in the bowel, or adenomas, which can precede colon cancer. Source link
Yogurt Might Help Men Avoid Colon Cancer: Study Source link
Men with two or more servings of yogurt per week have reduced risk for conventional adenoma Source link
Eating two or more servings of yogurt (over 245g) per week can reduce the risk of men developing pre-cancerous growths that can lead to bowel cancer. Source link
Eating two or more weekly servings of yogurt may help to lower the risk of developing the abnormal growths (adenomas) which precede the development of bowel cancer—at least in men—finds...
Men who eat at least two servings of yogurt a week could have a reduced risk for developing precancerous growths in the bowel, according to data published in Gut.“Our data...
The Scoop on Ice Cream, Frozen Yogurt and Snow Cones Source link
Salmon is one of our favorite meals because there are so many health benefits. Dress it up with rosemary, lemon, and a mint yogurt sauce to pack an even healthier...
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Yogurt, a superfood when eaten right, can provide several nutrients and associated benefits ranging from better bone health to a reduced risk of illnesses. Source link
Researchers from the United Kingdom found high levels of sugar in a survey of over 900 yogurt products, including the organic kinds and the varieties primarily aimed at children. Source...
The Israeli researchers found that some people's digestive systems held on to the probiotics given in a supplement. But in others, the body expelled the good bacteria. Source link
Can breakfast help you slim down? WebMD has the answers. Source link
You can feel less guilty about enjoying full-fat dairy products as a new study found they had no significant link to heart disease or premature death.
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