Yogurt and Fruits

Yogurt is useful, but for whom, when, how much and with what? Yogurt is preserved milk and as such is considered stale, except on the morning after setting it for coagulation. As a dairy product, it is not compatible with fruits, which are to be taken separately from other foods, especially if one’s digestion is variable. Stale foods fall under the classification of ’slow poisons’ in Ayurveda, so it may not aggravate digestion right away, but continuing the practice of taking stale or wrongly combined foods can lead to digestive depletion. Avoid yogurt if the tongue is coated and choose it in summer if lactobacillus is needed.