Our expert says:
You know, I am probably not the best, most qualified person to answer this one and help you. I would rather that DietDoc answered this one, so perhaps you can send it on to her as well.
As for my opinion, yoghurt itself doesn't have any miracle 'fat burning' properties, and so if you suddenly add yoghurt to your diet, but then change nothing, you won't acutally lose weight. So, the key is probably what the yoghurt replaces, and how it fits in with the big picture of your diet. In otherwords, maybe you were eating something a little more high in calories, and fat before, and with the addition, you have removed this and replaced it with fat free, very low calorie yoghurt. Therefore, it's not so much the yoghurt that makes the difference as the fact that it replaces something in the diet, and therefore, it's the big picture that is more at work here. There may be something in yoghurt that assists weight loss - perhaps the probiotics, but I am not sure about this. As I said, perhaps Diet Doc will be able to give you more details about this and the overall quality of the diet.
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