Cow's milk is most commonly used to make yogurt, but did you know that milk from other bred animals, such a goats, sheep, mares, yaks, camels and water buffaloes is also used to produce yogurt in various parts of the world? This is because yogurt is a much sought-after food in almost all cultures in the world and people will make it from whatever type of milk is available to them.
Yogurt is nutritionally rich in protein, calcium, riboflavin, vitamin B6 and vitamin B12 and healthier than milk; in fact some lactose-intolerant individuals can sometimes tolerate yogurt better than any other dairy products. This is because the bacterial culture converts lactose in the milk to glucose and glactose (sugars that the body needs for energy), which are then partially fermented to lactic acid, which in turn acts on milk protein to give yogurt its taste and texture.
Watch this video by W10 Performance Video Channel on YouTube to get ideas on how to go about preparing an energizing 'Yoghurt Bowl' recipe.