There are different types of yogurt in the market, but one that has gained huge popularity in recent years is Greek yogurt. What makes Greek yogurt different from other types of yogurt is its nutritional profile. It is full of protein, calcium, probiotics, vitamin B12 and potassium. Also, it contains less lactose than other dairy products.
During the process of making Greek yogurt, excess water, and lactose are drained out. This results in a creamy, rich yogurt with a nice tart taste.
You should eat at-least a cup of nonfat Greek yogurt on a daily basis. No matter how you want to eat Greek yogurt, you’ll reap the benefits of its nutritional profile.
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