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The report explained that non-dairy yogurt can reduce inflammation, improve bowel function, and aid in weight loss by “pacing up the metabolism function”. A “growing interest in low-calorie and low-fat yogurt” is also driving demand, as the dairy-free alternative becomes increasingly more appealing to health-conscious consumers.
“Non-dairy yogurt is highly rich in vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and essential fats, thereby promotes healthy hair and skin,” the press release added.
In contrast, dairy products have been increasingly linked to disease. One recent study found that consuming dairy could trigger Parkinson’s disease while previous research connected cow’s milk with breast cancer.
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