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Does eating curd daily increases fat
Does eating curd regularly increase belly fat. Curd has good fat or bad fat?, Please advice on curd intake
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Hi Have just 50gm to 60gm of curd will  cause belly fat.. curd is best for your digestion you can have it regularly..
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Prepare with skim milk is the best option, once in a day is ok
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No not at all , it’s a great probiotic. You should have it daily . It should be homeset and with low fat milk
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Hello, Curd is natural probiotic. It helps in good digestion. If you are concern about body fat and weight ,then do consume  all milk and milk products which is made from low fat milk or tonned milk. This can me consume on daily basis for person who do not have any health issues. Although in some  condition it may be important to  avoid completely or partially depending on the issues. For more details please connect  directly.
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You can have curds provided that it is maintained with a proper quantity. Make sure you space your meal properly which is balance with complex carbohydrates Fats and Proteins
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