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Friday, 15 April 2022

Curd Benefits in Summer

 Curd Benefits in Summer: Eat a bowl of yogurt every day in summer, there will be so many benefits


With the onset of summer, our body also needs something cool. People use many cold drinks to keep their body temperature in balance. One of these things is yogurt. Eating yogurt not only keeps the body cool but also brings many benefits to the body. It is important to know why yogurt should be eaten hot. Today's article is on the same topic. We will also explain how we can add yoghurt to our diet.


Yogurt Nutrients-

Yogurt contains Protein, Carbohydrates, Sugar, Calcium, Ion, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Potassium, Sodium, Zinc, Copper, Selenium, Vitamin C, Vitamin B6, Vitamin A, Vitamin B, Vitamin K, Fat.


The benefits of eating yogurt in the heat -

Heat Immunity can be strengthened if yogurt is eaten regularly. Yogurt contains good bacteria. Dose of which not only strengthens the immune system but also keeps the health healthy. Eating yogurt in the heat strengthens the bones. Let me tell you that yogurt is rich in calcium and phosphorus. Teva can heal bones as well as teeth.


Yogurt can work for weight loss. Yogurt contains protein. Yogurt also contains healthy fats. However, if you eat yogurt regularly in hot weather, you can lose weight as well as get rid of the problem of high cholesterol. Digestive system can also be strengthened if regular yogurt is eaten in the heat. You also mentioned earlier that good bacteria are present in yogurt. A bowl of yogurt in Teva can cure stomach upset.


In the heat a person can eat a bowl of yogurt. At the same time, its dosage also depends on the age and health of the person. In such cases, the person needs to consult a doctor to know the right amount of yogurt.



How does yogurt join the diet?

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Yogurt can make sweet lassi


Yogurt can be consumed by making buttermilk


You can also make curd papadi and eat it


You can also consume curd in potato raita, bundi raita, cucumber raita, milk raita.

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