Spoonful of yoghurt a day may keep diabetes at bay

Zee Media Bureau

London: Eating one table spoon of yoghurt can significantly cut your chances of getting diabetes.

Including one tablespoon of yoghurt daily in your diet reduces the risk of getting type 2 diabetes by nearly a fifth.

Yogurt shields pregnant women against heavy metal poisoning

Yogurt containing probiotic bacteria may protect children and pregnant women against heavy metal exposure, says a study.

Say cheese! Dairy products good for health

Consuming dairy products is good for health and can also reduce the risk of metabolic diseases such as obesity and type 2 diabetes, new research shows.

Yoghurt is the new healthy food for your hair

Yoghurt is one protein-rich food that is not just good for digestive system but also quite beneficial to treat dull and damaged hair.

Eating probiotics daily may help reduce high blood pressure

A new study suggests that consuming probiotics found in yoghurt and other dairy products not just help in aiding digestion but may also help in controlling blood pressure.

Fungus in yoghurt serious health threat?

A fungus strain responsible for an outbreak of contaminated Greek yoghurt last year has the ability to cause serious gastrointestinal (GI) problems, according to new research.

3 healthy foods to stay cool this summer

Summer is here with all its heat, sweat and high humidity levels leaving you exhausted. Its time now to deck up your refrigerators with food that would be soothing to you in this summer heat.

Arsenal youth team coach jailed for life for killing `mouthy` man over yoghurt

A coach of the Arsenal youth team has reportedly been served with a life sentence after he was found guilty of killing a man over a yoghurt, just weeks before the 2012 London Olympics commenced.

Now, yoghurt made from plant milk

Scientists have developed an alternative to conventional yoghurt which is made from plant-based `milks`.

Nineteen students sick in China from poisoned yoghurt

Nineteen primary school children in China have been hospitalised after drinking yoghurt said to be laced with rat poison and herbicide, the Xinhua state news said.

Treat tastebuds with healthy dark chocolates

We often feel guilty after consuming a few cubes of chocolates.

Can`t stop overeating? Olive oil can make you feel full

A new study has shown how "natural" oils and fats regulate the sensation of feeling full after eating, with olive oil leading the way.

Tip to improve digestion

Have fresh yoghurt drink (Lassi) with lunch. It contains the bacteria lactobacilli, which lubricate the intestines.

A yoghurt that changes your poop colour to detect illnesses

Scientists have developed a new yoghurt drink which changes the colour of your faecal matter to diagnose an illness, a feat they say could one day help detect a range of diseases from stomach ulcers to cancer.

Yoghurt may make us ‘slimmer and sexier`

Studies in humans suggest eating yoghurt may help ward off age-related weight gain.

Dairy food essential for a healthy brain

The study, by US and Australian researchers, involving 1,000 adults, found those who regularly have dairy products such as milk, cheese and yoghurt score better on tests of mental ability than people who never, or rarely, consume dairy products, the Daily Mail reported.

Yoghurt consumption curbs heart disease

Moderate daily consumption of yoghurt prevents thickening of the carotid artery and keeps heart disease at bay.

Yoghurt can help keep heart disease at bay

A daily dose of yoghurt can help prevent thickening of blood vessels in old age, which can lead to heart attacks and strokes.

Yoghurt can help keep heart disease at bay

Australian scientists have revealed that a daily dose of yoghurt can help prevent thickening of blood vessels.

Yoghurt can help keep heart disease at bay

A daily dose of yoghurt can help prevent thickening of blood vessels in old age, which can lead to heart attacks and strokes.