Fun facts you may not know about yogurt
Recent reports on food safety are raising concerns about protecting our family’s health. Parents are now looking for healthy, all-natural organic products such as yogurt for their family. Here are some interesting facts of yogurt that make you more confident with your choice.
Yogurt - The accidental invention
As one of the oldest and most popular fermented foods, yogurt is known all around the world. However, where did yogurt come from, and how is it made today? No one knows exactly who made the very first yogurt, however, researchers believe that yogurt was invented accidentally. Herdsmen in the Middle East kept milk in goatskin bags during their long journeys across the deserts. After many days travelling in the heat of the deserts, the milk was transformed into tangy custard. Intestinal juices from the goatskin bag and the heat from the sun were ideal for making the first yogurt. That was how yogurt was invented!
Warm up yogurt if you don’t like cold food
Is it true that the nutrients in yogurt can be destroyed by heat? In fact, it is not. If the elderly people in your family do not like cold food or have sensitive teeth, you can put a pack of yogurt into warm water at 45⁰C until it gets warm, and you can still enjoy the warm yogurt with full nutrition.
Yogurt helps moisturize the skin
Do you know that back in the old days, Indian women had used yogurt to moisturize and restore the dull skin? Yogurt naturally contains acid lactic that helps boost collagen production in your skin and make your skin smooth and flawless. Yogurt mask is a very simple, cheap and easy way to give you naturally beautiful skin.
Yogurt - The nutrition expert
Our body needs about 1000mg calcium and 60g protein a day on average. Yogurt is rich at calcium and protein, making it the best choice for family’s meals. 3 packs of yogurt will provide you with 1/3 of your daily calcium and protein need. Besides, yogurt also contains numerous vitamins and minerals essential for a healthy body.
Vinamilk yogurt is naturally fermented with pure Bulgaricus culture which helps boost your digestion and improve your immune system. In other words, yogurt is rich in nutrients in a form that is easily digested and absorbed by the body.