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Want to loose weight try some Yogurt

For easy stress free weight loss, try yogurt. Researchers found that obese adults who ate three servings of fat-free yogurt a day as part of a reduced-calorie diet lost 22% more weight and 61% more body fat than those who simply cut calories and didn't bone up on calcium. Yogurt eaters also lost 81% more fat in the stomach area than non-yogurt eaters.

Scientists studying the power of probiotics yogurt ( a special kind of yogurt that has beneficial bacteria) to fight obesity got more than they expected for, they not only found that yogurt made the subject slimmer, it also makes them sexier.

Studies in humans suggest eating yogurt may help stave off age-related weight gain. Some researchers in Us wanted to know how and why?  Maybe it has to do with the healthy bacteria that live in our guts, Experts say there are 10 times more bacteria in the body than human cells. “Maybe probiotics in the yogurt have something to do with the effects on weight.”

To test the theory, researchers fed one group of mice a normal mouse diet and another group the same diet with a mouse-sized serving of vanilla yogurt. One of the first thing they noticed was their fur coat, It was so thick and shiny, shockingly shiny.

But shiny fur wasn’t the only thing that set the yogurt-eating mice apart from their siblings, They were also slimmer and sexier actually the males had “swagger.”
“We knew there was something different in the males, but we weren’t sure what it was at first, you know when someone’s at the top of their game, how they carry themselves differently? Well, imagine that in a mouse.” scientist said.

They noticed their testicles were protruding out really far, It turns out their testicles were 5 percent bigger than those of their non-yogurt eating counterparts, and 15 percent bigger than those of mice on a diet designed to mimic “junk food” in humans. And in this case, bigger was better.

“Almost everything about the fertility of those males is enhanced,”  said a scientist, explaining how yogurt-eating males mated faster and produced more offspring. “There were legitimate physiological differences in males fed probiotics, not just the extra sexiness.” And let’s not forget the ladies. Female mice that ate yogurt were even shinier than the males, and tended to be better moms to their larger litters.

“scientists think it’s the probiotics in the yogurt, those organisms are somehow directly interacting with the mice to produce these effects.” Although the study is ongoing, the fluky findings could have implications for human fertility and weight control, not to mention hair health.

“When I saw those fur coats, I thought about adding more yogurt to my diet,” a scientist said

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