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Why does dr. Oz like greek yogurt when it has 13+ grams of sugar in it? And he feels so strong about sugar in the diet
That: That is a great question. I canâ€™t answer for dr. Oz but I can provide some basic information about greek yogurt. First, because greek yogurts are not heat treated and undergo little processing, they are a great source of probiotics. Probiotics are beneficial to the intestinal tract. Because of the live cultures in greek yogurt, it is reported to help with the absorption of calcium. Greek yogurt contains more protein and less sugar than typical american yogurts. Additionally, many people like the thick consistency of greek yogurt. Even with greek yogurts you need to check labels. Those that are flavored usually contain more sugar and more calories. The percentage of protein and carbohydrate differs depending on the brand. Greek yogurt is a great way to help meet your daily recommended dairy intake. It is also an awesome way to satisfy your sweet tooth while still eating healthy. Enjoy! ...Read more
I took one bite of Greek yogurt that expired a week ago and smelled vaguely of old socks. Is it going to make me sick at all?
Toss-up: Greek yogurt has more protein and both have some amount of probiotics, which are healthy bacteria to maintain a healthy gut. They probably make no difference for someone your age. Beware of any additives to either yogurt such as fruits and sugar as they make the product less healthy. Limit your dairy in general, but if you pressed for an answer, I would say greek is slightly better. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
No: Too much healthy food at the expense of balanced diet is still a bad idea. Yogurt contains sugar- carbs, proteins and variable fats. No fiber, limited vitamins. It is not meant to be a meal replacement in general. Balanced diets contain all, food groups and provide nutrition that is adequate for good health and energy. This can be the dairy part. ...Read more
Yes, it can be: Taken orally. Vaginal insertion is not required. ...Read more
Fatty tumor: Lipomas are benign (non-cancerous) fatty growths. They have been reported just about everywhere in the body, but are usually seen under the skin. They can be observed if they are small, but are commonly removed if they are enlarging, causing deformity, tender, etc. Generally, once removed, they do not return. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Why do I get hungry within an hour of breakfast? I usually eat greek yogurt and this hasn't changed but recently my appetite has been out of control!
First...: Since all we know of Greek gods are statues, I'd recommend starting with a little modeling clay, then practice, practice, practice until you are really good before trying to carve your body out of actual stone. Good luck, and please post a picture when you're done! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Carbs r same as milk: Greek yougurt is made with sheeps milk or in us with cows milk and has the same carbohydrate as in milk, the sugar carb is lactose less than regular yougurt as it is strained and some lactose is lost and rest is protein and fat. So the carbs are not bad but if no sugar (sucrose) is added to as it will add to the calories. It can be tolerated by lactose intolerant people due to low lactose content. ...Read more
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Which form of yogurt has the least amount of lactose? I love greek yogurt; if I suspect lactose intolerance, can I eat it?
None of them: Yogurt does not have lactose in it (or at least not a considerable amount). This is because it is made with bacteria cultures, which feed on the lactose to make acids which turn milk into yogurt. Yogurt does not cure lactose intolerance (there is no cure). However, lactose intolerant people can eat yogurt with no problems. ...Read more