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Researchers at Vanderbilt University Medical Center have published a large-scale epidemiological study in JAMA Oncology, providing new insights into yogurt.
Scientists analyzed data from 1.4 million people in the United States, Europe and Asia, and found that eating fiber and yogurt reduces the risk of lung cancer, according to pledgetimes.
Citizens with the highest consumption of yogurt had a 33% lower risk of cancer than those who did not eat the product at all.
Professor Ding Jinhua of the West China Institute of Basic Medicine and Forensic Medicine at Sichuan University found that yogurt reduced the risk of cancer by 19%.
The study also found that consuming yogurt reduces the risk of esophageal, bladder and colon cancer.
According to scientists, using two or more servings of yogurt per week helps reduce the risk of developing a rectal adenoma.
Additionally, yogurt can normalize high blood pressure in women, and the probiotics in this product can relieve lupus symptoms.
Yogurt can also prevent heavy metal poisoning, compensate for vitamin deficiencies and lose weight.
Earlier, Zinaida Medvedeva, executive director of the Health Nutrition Research Center, compiled a list of inexpensive products suitable for proper nutrition for Russians.
According to her, the diet should include chicken, eggs, dry beans, vegetables, vegetable oil and turmeric.
It is noteworthy that yogurt is one of the milk products, obtained from any type of milk by fermenting it with lactic bacteria or special fungi.
Generally, cow’s milk is used for this purpose, and sheep’s milk is also used in some areas.
Yogurt is known for its rich protein content, calcium, vitamin B2, vitamin B6, and vitamin B12.
Individuals with a moderate degree of lactose intolerance can eat yogurt without harm, as most of the lactose in milk is converted by bacterial precursors to lactic acid.
You can also eat yogurt to prevent diarrhea caused by antibiotics.
There is a belief that yogurt keeps gums healthy, possibly due to the lactic acid in the yogurt.
A study published in the International Journal of Obesity concluded that eating low-fat yogurt may help reduce weight, which is attributed in particular to its richness in calcium.