Moo Cow Frozen Yogurt

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Moo Cow Frozen yogurt
it is also low in calories and high in calcium and protein. In fact, it contains a higher content of calcium per 100g when compared to milk and cheese! Moo Cow is the most impressive frozen yogurt in terms of calcium content, with a whopping 844.3mg of calcium per 100g serving. Other than being high in calcium, FroYo also contains all the beneficial ingredients of yogurt such as probiotics (the “good bacteria”) with health benefits ranging from boosting the immune system, helping digestion, lowering cholesterol as well as combating stress and allergies. Frozen yoghurt needs to have 107 viable “live and active” lactic acid bacteria per gram at time of manufacture in order to be effective, and Moo Cow contains 1.8 x 107 acido philusbifidus thermophilus, as analysed by the Chemical Laboratory of Malaysia. natural goodness and a whole lots of health benefits. Live and active culture provides good bacteria that improves digestive system. The words “Live Active Culture” refer to the living organism Streptococcus, Thermophilus, and Lactobacillus bulgaricus which convert pasteurized milk to yogurt fermentation. Now, instead of yogurt and yogurt drinks, there is frozen yogurt! Which I love ~… Moo Cow sells frozen yogurt of several varieties of flavours, including a weird and daring attempt of ice kacang flavour. unlike other frozen yogurts, the toppings are really healthy. From choices of oats, sunflower seeds, raisins, prunes, cornflakes, pumpkin seeds and nuts. You probably think its no fun and dull, but it turns out to be surprisingly delightful. and if you are watching your health (and for the ladies, weight and figure), how about just switch the ice cream with all natural goodness of frozen yogurt.

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http://goodyfoodies.blogspot.com/2012/03/moo-cow-frozen-yogurt-gardens-mall.html http://foodeverywhere.wordpress.com/2011/08/01/moo-cow-frozen-yogurt/
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