Some yoghurt a day keeps diabetes at bay, well so says a British study that was published in Diabetologia, which is the journal of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes.
The researchers are suggesting that individuals that are looking to reduce their risk of developing type 2 diabetes should maybe want to consider introducing or increasing the amount of yoghurt that they currently consume in their diet.
The results are showing that by eating yoghurt, you could possibly reduce the risk of getting diabetes by up to 28 per cent, that’s in comparison to not eating any at all.
As well as eating the yoghurt as an aid to cutting the risk of developing diabetes, consuming other fermented dairy products such as low fat cottage cheese or fromage frais, could also cut the risk by up to 24 percent.
Although this is just a study and cannot actually prove that consuming these dairy products will reduce the risk of developing diabetes, the products do contain beneficial ingredients, which could have equal beneficial effects against the disease.