Healthy High Fat Foods To Eat More Of #7: Yogurt

There's nothing like a bowl of yoghurt, granola, and banana slices to start the day off right! Dairy products are good for your health (in moderation), but there's nothing quite like natural, unsweetened yoghurt. Thanks to the high protein content of yoghurt, a small portion is all you need to fill up. There's plenty of bone-nourishing, fat-burning calcium, along with Vitamin D and other important nutrients. Don't get me wrong, yoghurt is NOT a low-calorie food. Every 100 grams of unsweetened, full-fat yoghurt gives you:
  • 61 calories
  • 3 grams of fat
Most of the fat in yoghurt is saturated fat, but it's not as unhealthy as you might think. [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="608"] Source:[/caption] Yoghurt is INCREDIBLE for your health, and studies have discovered that it can even target belly fat specifically. It's rich in healthy bacteria, important nutrients, and can even speed up your body's recovery after a tough workout. It may even help to prevent hypertension, reducing your risk of all sorts of heart diseases. Definitely a good food to add to your daily meal plan…  
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