154.yoghurt

yoghurt

2002-11-16 Hi guys.

How does yoghurt fit into combining? Is it considered to be milk. If it is made with pasteurized milk, does it then have all the negative connotations of milk. What if it contains live AB culture? Should it form part of our diet?

Thanks

Mike

Re: yoghurt

Peter2002-11-19 Yoghurt is a very useful part of the diet.

It is much easier to digest than milk, and is an excellent source of calcium as well as vitamins.

I eat low fat live bio yogurt.

This brand (tesco) contains 5 percent protein and 5 percent sugar. No starch is present.

It can certainly be eaten with a protein meal, but adding a spoonful to a starch meal would not increase the protein level significantly - Most starchy foods already contain a higher percentage protein than this.

Peter

Re: yoghurt

2003-03-04 dear sir /madam

what differen is between youghort&milk protein .please send to me details

faitfully nazanin

Re: yoghurt

2003-04-29 which fruits comine best with yogurt?

would yougurt added to a cassarole such as squash and carrots interfere with digestion if it was seved with brown rice with quinoa and a large salad? over starch?

Re: yoghurt

2004-06-26 How do you prepare youghort at home? Is it good for diabetics? How long does it last to be consumable?

Re: yoghurt

2004-09-29 9/29/04

A large container of plain youghort says it contains 15mg sugars.

Is this all natural sugar (in milk) or is the sugar an added ingredient?

Thank you. Kevin

Re: yoghurt

2004-09-29 9/29/04

A large container of plain youghort says it contains 15mg sugars.

Is this all natural sugar (in milk) or is the sugar an added ingredient?

Thank you. Kevin

Re: yoghurt

Victor M.2007-05-22 How can I prepare yoghourt for my family.ie (the mixture and components. and in what ratio.)

Regards

Victor.