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Eating Yogurt Could Lower Your Risk of Heart Attacks and Stroke

Eating Yogurt Could Lower Your Risk of Heart Attacks and Stroke

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Turns out the probiotic dairy does much more than just help your gut. In addition to a laundry list of benefits for a healthy gut, yogurt may drastically reduce your risk of heart disease and stroke. A recent study in the American Journal of Hypertension found that men who eat at least two servings of yogurt per week had a 21 percent lower risk of developing cardiovascular disease, and risk among women dropped by 17%.A team of scientists at Boston University's School of Medicine studied more than 740,000 individuals who had previously been diagnosed with high blood pressure. Using health questionnaires administered over the last 30 years, the scientists measured yogurt intake and weighed it against heart-related health issues such as heart attack or stroke.In a p...
The Super Easy Way You Can Get a Free Chobani Yogurt This Month

The Super Easy Way You Can Get a Free Chobani Yogurt This Month

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Love Chobani Greek yogurt? You're in luck. It just got even easier to stock up on your daily dose of probiotics. To celebrate their 10-year anniversary, Chobani has launched a new campaign as a way to thank everyone who supported them during the past decade, and it's great news for anyone who's a fan of the popular Greek yogurt brand.RELATED: 13 Best Probiotic Foods For Your Gut HealthFrom now until March 4, anyone can get a free Chobani yogurt by printing a coupon at Chobani.com/freeyogurt (you will need to give them your email address and zip code) and presenting it at any participating store. The coupon can be redeemed for any single Chobani 5.3-oz. Greek Yogurt, Flip 5.3-oz. yogurt snack, 10-oz. drink, or Smooth two-pack.While printing out the coupon isn...
14 Delicious New Ways to Enjoy Yogurt

14 Delicious New Ways to Enjoy Yogurt

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Try this recipe: Avocado, Mint, and Yogurt DipDig in to this refreshing dip: avocados are high in healthy monounsaturated fats—the healthy, good-for-your-heart kind! This recipe takes only 5 minutes to make, too. Just slice up an avocado and combine with Greek yogurt, lime juice, mint, and olive oil.Ingredients: Avocado, peeled, pitted, plain reduced-fat Greek yogurt, fresh lime juice, kosher salt, mint leaves, divided, pistachio oil or extra-virgin olive oilCalories: 85Let's block ads! (Why?) Food - Health.com