Authentic Greek yoghurt offers many health benefits; it’s rich in nutrients and vitamins that everyone should include in their diets. Read on to find out some of the many benefits of Greek Yoghurt.


  1. Protein-rich to keep you fuller for longer


Greek yoghurt is full of protein, which helps to reduce hunger cravings, therefore leading to less snacking and decreasing calorie intake. Protein is vital for cell growth and building muscle, therefore it’s great as a workout recovery treat after resistance training.


  1. Calcium for growing bones


Calcium, along with protein, is essential in maintaining bone health. Including Authentic Greek yoghurt in your diet may help in improving bone density and reducing the risk of osteoporosis, a degenerative bone disease.


  1. Vitamin B12 for energy and healthy brain function


Vitamin B12 is important for maintaining energy levels and healthy brain function, allowing to improve productivity and reducing fatigue. This is present naturally in Greek yoghurt, making it the perfect snack before work or school.


  1. Iodine for weight control


Greek yoghurt also contains iodine, which is essential in supporting thyroid function, and maintaining a healthy metabolism. This is important in maintaining a healthy weight and avoiding weight gain.


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