Frozen yogurt in the Milk & Pink café
In the Milk & Pink café in the Bastion gallery you can taste frozen yogurt. It is a healthy alternative to ice cream.
The world learned about the benefits of frozen yogurt in the early 80's, when more and more people became interested in healthy eating. Consumers liked the product, which was similar to ice cream, but much less caloric and fatty. Since then, the recipe for this healthy dessert has improved significantly, and this has allowed it to have even more fans. Consumers who tasted this product for the first time were even surprised: can yogurt be so incredibly tasty?
Frozen yogurt is an ideal dessert for those who care about a slim body, but can not imagine their lives without sweets. Actually, a balanced diet should allow small pleasures that make you happy, eliminate monotony, but do not interfere with weight loss. Frozen yogurt helps to lose weight due to the fact that it improves the digestive system, metabolism and reduces the overall caloric content of the diet.
This product is not only perfectly digestible, but also helps to digest other foods. AskDrSears.com explains that lactic acid bacteria are used to produce yogurt, which improves digestive function and reduces allergic reactions. Yogurt also helps to relieve unpleasant symptoms of inflammatory bowel disease. It is rich in vitamins B2, B12 and B1, contains minerals such as calcium, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, selenium and zinc, which are important for the normal functioning of nerves, immune system and the formation of healthy cells, bones and teeth.
Frozen yogurt cares for the health of the heart and blood vessels, increases the level of "good" cholesterol and lowers "bad" cholesterol. The World's Healthiest Foods website says it reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease, including high cholesterol, high blood pressure and atherosclerosis, or narrowing of blood vessels.
When tasting frozen yogurt, it is not desirable to drink it with hot drinks, because high temperatures have a detrimental effect on lactic acid bacteria.