A study in The Journal of Nutrition showed that premenopausal women with obesity who consumed yogurt did not have postprandial hyperglycemia or a postprandial decrease in plasma soluble CD14, compared with those who ate soy pudding. Meanwhile, a second study that was published in the British Journal of Nutrition found that women with obesity who consumed yogurt had 3% to 6% lower diastolic blood pressure and comparable higher plasma 2-arachidonoylglycerol levels as those in the soy pudding group.
Studies: Yogurt consumption may reduce inflammation, cardiometabolic risk
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