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Does Greek Yogurt Live Up to All its Hype?

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Does Greek Yogurt Live Up to All its Hype?

Sales of Greek yogurt have exploded in recent years as Greek yogurt has become a very trendy food item. But is there any basis for all the hype about its benefits?

In this video from Active Beat, narrator Tyler explains the nutritional benefits of greek yogurt, or "strained yogurt," as it's also known. Tyler also explains how not all Greek yogurt is created equal with some brands just trying to cash in on the trend.

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