Slender Women Eat Yogurt

A Slimming Treat




A recent study of more than 3,000 women showed that those who eat yogurt have a body mass index 15 percent lower than those of nonyogurt eaters. They also consistenly receive their daily allowances of calcium and vitamin D.

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