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OPINION:The importance of amasi

Amasi is the common word for fermented milk that tastes like cottage cheese or plain yogurt. It is very popular in South Africa. Amasi is traditionally, it differs with different nations.

Amasi supports probiotics, lowers blood fats and helps to prevent high blood pressure and heart disease.

Maas also contains less lactose than standard milk, which makes it more acceptable to people with lactose intolerance.

Amasi also controls appetite and support low weight loss.

Amasi is also a nutritional staple for most South Africans for hundreds of years now.

Amasi has recently come into the mainstream more as probiotic foods have continued to gain attention and praise for its gut-healing, immune-boosting properties.

Almost every citizen in South Africa loves Amasi, special the kids, they really enjoys eating Amasi during summer time.

Amasi is also proven by the clinical as evidence for probiotics is strongest for the treatment of diarrhoea, especially when caused by antibiotics.

There is also potential benefit in treating irritable bowel syndrome.

That is now Amasi has been a nutritional staple for most South Africans for hundreds of years now.

Amasi have recently come into the mainstream more as probiotic foods and have continued to gain attention and praise for their gut-healing, immune-boosting properties.

Some studies also point toward a benefit for depression, inflammatory bowel disease, prevention of certain infant allergies such as atopic dermatitis, and an overall general protection against infection.

As parents let us take as a norm to eat amasi with our families, since amasi plays a big role in our bodies.



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