There’s great news out about yogurt. It’s especially good if you’re a yogurt fan like me.
If you’ve paid close attention to some of my writing, then you know I recommend yogurt. But I’m NOT talking about the zero fat, full of sugar, Frankenstein stuff.
I recommend a very specific type of yogurt. I’ll show you which ones in a moment.
But first, the good news…
A new study found that eating more than 2 servings of yogurt a week lowered heart attack risk for men by 19%. And for women by a whopping 30%!
Not only that, but women lowered their risk of stroke by 17% – and men by 21%.
All that just from eating yogurt.
I don’t know about you, but I love yogurt. And it’s great that it’s so healthy for us too.
And this study was properly done. It spanned 30 years, so there’s a good chance it’s accurate.
Now, I’m NOT at all surprised that yogurt is great for you. But I am surprised to learn how effective it is on its own – with none of the other dietary changes I normally recommend.
Eat more yogurt. But as I said earlier, not the nasty stuff filled with dyes, sugar, and other garbage.
Instead, I recommend the full-fat Greek stuff. It’s got zero carbs and zero sugar. It’s yogurt the way it should be.
If you were surprised to learn this about full-fat yogurt, then take a look at some of the other foods I recommend. It’ll shock you even more that these foods are healthy.