May 2007 Issue
Have a Yen for Yogurt? EN Helps You Pick the Best
Yogurt, long touted as a health food and excellent source of calcium, is now positioned as being even more healthful, with additional bacteria, fiber and vitamin D added to some brands. On the flip side, there are also yogurts that are little more than sugary milk-based purees. An EN food comparison.
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