WTF is up with Greek Yogurt?
All about the POSTBIOTICS
Greek Yogurt Dough is filled with postbiotics which are produced by the fermentation of probiotics. But this isn’t your average fermentation (sorry beer) — postbiotics are known to contain anti-inflammatory and immune-boosting properties, as well as antioxidants. The science is complex, but the facts are simple: Postbiotics can = a happy gut.
Can’t forget the PROTEIN
Greek Yogurt has more protein than the gym bro next door. It puts all other yogurts, cauliflower & chickpeas to shame, with the most concentrated levels of protein per serving. So go ahead, eat the whole pizza as a post-workout snack. Your muscles might thank you.
Enter AMINO ACIDS
There are 9 Essential amino acids (a.k.a. complete proteins) and baby, Greek Yogurt has them all (cauliflower, chickpeas and wheat DO NOT). What makes them so essential? Our body can’t produce them, so we have to get them through food. Yep, you heard that right — to get the nutrients your body needs you can just eat a pizza.
All the OTHER GOODIES
Greek Yogurt is truly a jack of all trades. From containing Vitamins A, D, E, and B12, to being an important source of calcium, you’re sure to get the nutrients your body needs when you eat Yough! You might just need a refresher on the alphabet to keep up with all the goodness.
But WAIT, there’s MORE...
Greek Yogurt is loved by children and adults alike. Not only does it add amazing flavor, it enhances the texture and moisture of the dough and allows for less flour than traditional doughs. Hello fewer carbs! Let’s not forget about how it may support gut health, bone health and immunity. No wonder it’s been a staple ingredient for thousands of years!