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Yes I LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOVE yogurt, one of my favorite foods. Taks a cup of plain unflavored yogurt, a cup of cottage cheese and 1/2 cup blueberries (or other fruit), mix in blender, and you have a great drink. I've also used unsweetened jello mix.

Daily doses of yogurt has proven to have other good benefits for women. So if you (the reader, not Walt!) are female you should consider adding yogurt to your daily diet.

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Another way to prevent cold and flu naturally: rarely ever leave the house in the Winter and be around strangers carrying stranger-virus colonies within\on them. Works for me wonderfully. :cheesy:;)

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Correct-- not from cold weather, but other people. Other people == germs. I live with my girlfriend. Both of us rarely (literally) leave the house. I work from home. She does not work. We are quite blessed with a situation that fits our personalities and lifestyles perfectly. We only leave to: shop for groceries (most of the time everything is delivered once a month from the store, though), go to church, when she visits her family up the street, to take the dogs a walk, to goto the Doctor.

Regards,
Matty

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But it's yogurt! If I want spoiled milk I'd just leave it in the fridge for a while.

Perfect description :cheesy:

It looks like some white stuff from an animal! I don't care how many health benefits it has; I'd rather have a cold than have to eat that horrid white cold goop.

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Perfect description :cheesy:

It looks like some white stuff from an animal! I don't care how many health benefits it has; I'd rather have a cold than have to eat that horrid white cold goop.

The plain, white unflavored yogurt is not normally eaten by itself -- it tates awful. The kind with fruit in it is really good to eat by itself -- mix it well before eating.

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