Combining fruits with Yogurt provide you vitamins, minerals, and probiotics that will help you have better digestion.
Something that is very common when we try to start taking care of ourselves is to consume fruit with yogurt as a breakfast option or as a snack to kill sweet appetizer. But do you really know how to combine these two foods and how they bring benefits to your health?
Fruits provide a significant amount of vitamins, antioxidants and minerals, mainly vitamin C. They also hydrate the body quickly and help the proper functioning of the digestive system.
Yogurt provides high-quality proteins, calcium, mineral vitamins to the body and some Yogurt contain special microorganisms, called probiotics, in which bacteria are actively present, that is, alive, which provides additional benefits for a better digestive system.
The antioxidant effect and fiber of fruits, in combination with the benefits of yogurt, can help you have a healthier microbiota so that certain intestinal conditions such as inflammation and digestive discomfort decrease by regulating intestinal transit.
Take care of the portions
The first thing that you should take into account is the amount of fruits that you will be consuming, remember that fruits contain sugar, even when it is a very healthy food, it is also important to moderate their consumption. The recommendation is to consume between 3 and 4 pieces daily, which can meet the requirements of vitamins and minerals.
On the selection of fruits, this really depends much more on the taste of each person, but if you want to know a little more about what each fruit gives you here we give you a brief guide:
- Rich in Vitamin C: Kiwis, raspberries and all citrus fruits, which will help you protect tissues and cells.
- Improves digestion: The strawberries, bananas and blueberries help improve digestive health as act as prebiotic. Prebiotics are non-digestible food ingredients that stimulate the growth of probiotics. That is, the fruit stimulates the growth and activity of the beneficial bacteria of our body (which we have called probiotics) found in Yogurt.
- Fiber-Rich Fruits: And if you are looking for fiber-rich fruits, apples and pears will be your best allies.