Is greek yogurt allowed in the first 2-3 weeks of the Diet?
Yogurt is an excellent food to include in any diet. The calcium in the yogurt aids in weight loss and will actually make you lose weight. And the protein will help you to build muscle and burn fat. Just make sure that the yogurt is fat free.
- i didnt offer a diet plan in my article but it would really depend on the person. Diets should be created on an individualized basis, meaning that it really deprends on how much you want to lose or gain (some people do have weight gain goals). I do love Greek Yogurt for the fact that it is a very high source of protein and we generally need more protein in a diet coupled with a regimented fitness routine.
by Ashley Allard 7 years ago
I am loving how beneficial Greek yogurt is to my health. It is soooo good. I'm eating it like everyday. Just plain yogurt with strawberries or blueberries mixed in is the best. Is anybody loving it the way I am?
by Kim Lam 6 years ago
What is greek yogurt? How is it different from regular yogurt?Greek yogurt vs regular yogurt?
by lupine 5 years ago
Do you prefer Greek yogurt or regular yogurt?What is your favorite way to eat it...right out of the container or use it in a recipe?
by nasus loops 7 years ago
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by Chuck Nugent 6 years ago
Why is the taste and texture of Greek yogurt different from that of most other yogurt sold in storesIs the process or recipe that causes Greek yogurt to have a different taste and texture from that of most of the currently popular national and store brands and common homemade yogurt?
by Joy56 6 years ago
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