2. Yogurt

Though some people consider yogurt to be a protein, it has significantly higher carb-content, allowing it the label of a "good carb”. Apart from offering a good serving of protein, it also contains probiotics or active bacteria cultures that serve various purposes in the human body; most significantly, they help maintain a healthy gut, though they may boost immunity and prevent vaginal infections in some cases. The best part is, there are various kinds of yogurts, which have varied methods of preparation as well as distinct nutritional profiles. Depending upon which macro and micronutrients one wants to inculcate into their diet, one can choose from a wide variety of options.


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