Make Fresh, Probiotics-Rich Yogurt at Home with the
YoLife Automatic Yogurt Maker.
The Yolife Yogurt Maker is the fast and easy way to make
fresh yogurt at home. In just 8-12 hours, Yolife Yogyrt Maker can make Probiotics-rich
yogurt from milk or soymilk or nutmilks.. Simply add milk or soymilk, yogurt starter, and
your favorite flavorings to Yolife Yogurt Maker to make delicious and creamy yogurt
at home. Yolife maintains the ideal environment for active yogurt cultures to grow and
reproduce rapidly. You can plug in your Yolife Yogurt Maker machine before you sleep, and
wake up to a wonderful breakfast in the morning.
Yolife Yogurt Maker comes with seven convenient six-ounce
glass jars that are perfect for making individual servings. Yolife Yogurt Maker also
includes a tall cover so you can make larger batches of yogurt in your own containers from
Fresh yogurt made in Yolife helps replenish the
good bacteria in your digestive tract and may help relieve common digestive symptoms.
Yolife makes yogurt in convenient glass jars, perfect for individual servings every day of
the week. Yolife also lets you use larger containers from home so you can make yogurt for
the whole family.
What Are Probiotics?
According to the U.N.s World Health Organization, probiotics are live
microorganisms, which, when administered in adequate amounts, confer a health benefit on
the host. In other words, they are tiny living organisms (like bacteria and yeast)
that may help improve your health beyond the basic nutrition when you eat enough of them.
Its important to note that there are many different
types of bacteria, and that not all of them are bad for you. Most of the time, bacteria is
thought of as something that can make you sick. However, many types of bacteria can
actually help you maintain good health. There are millions of bacteria that live in your
digestive system, and they help maintain good digestive function, boost your immune system
and maintain the overall balance between the good and bad bacteria in your digestive
Unfortunately, the good bacteria in your digestive system can be depleted for many common
reasons. For example, taking antibiotics, drinking excess alcohol, eating a poor diet, or
being under a lot of stress can all lead to lower amounts of the good bacteria in your
digestive tract. Not only can a lowered amount of the friendly bacteria lead to poor
digestion, but the imbalance between the good vs. bad bacteria can cause further problems
if the imbalance is not corrected.
Most probiotics are very similar to the friendly bacteria
that are found living in your digestive system and taking probiotics is the easiest way to
replenish the good bacteria to help restore and maintain the proper balance. Probiotics
are usually eaten as foods (like yogurt, kefir, fermented milk, miso, tempeh, and natto
beans) or as dietary supplements in the form of capsules, tablets, or powders.
Health Benefits Of Probiotics
There are many health benefits that have been linked to eating probiotics. It is important
to note, however, that each of the health benefits depends on the type of microorganism,
and the benefits may vary based on which strain of a specific bacteria is present in the
food or supplement.
One common health benefit that is linked with the bacteria
commonly found in yogurt is that the lactic acid bacteria found in yogurt helps lactose
intolerant people digest dairy products more easily. There have also been a number of
studies that have shown that certain probiotics can help treat and/or prevent conditions
like: diarrhea, urinary tract infections and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). Other studies
have shown that consuming probiotics may also reduce the recurrence of bladder cancer,
shorten the length of certain intestinal infections, and to help prevent and manage eczema
and other allergies in children.
There are also studies that suggest that eating a diet high
in probiotics may also reduce the risk of colon cancer. Although these findings are
preliminary, the researchers believe that probiotics may help reduce the risk of colon
cancer through several different ways. Certain types of bacteria may release
cancer-causing chemicals as a normal part of their metabolic activity, which can then
build up in the colon. Studies have shown that eating the right types of probiotics may
help reduce the exposure to these cancer-causing chemicals by decreasing the number of
bacteria that produce them, by metabolizing the chemicals themselves, by producing
chemicals that improve a cells ability to die (and thus preventing an overgrowth of
abnormal cells), by producing compounds that inhibit the growth of tumor cells, or by
stimulating the immune system to fight against cancer cell growth. While these studies are
preliminary and more research needs to be done for conclusive information, the initial
findings do point towards a link between probiotics consumption and lowered cancer risk.
If you are planning on using probiotics to help you with
specific conditions, always consult your physician so that you and your doctor can create
a comprehensive health care plan that meets your needs.
||Yogurt As A Probiotic
Yogurt has been used around the world as a delicious and healthful food. It is
made by growing various forms of lactic acid bacteria in milk or soymilk. Not only is
yogurt enjoyed as a food by itself, but it is also used as a popular ingredient in many
sauces, dressings and other recipes.
yogurts that you purchase in a store are considered to be probiotics. In order for a
yogurt to be considered probiotic, it must meet three very important qualifications.
First, the bacteria need to be alive in the yogurt. Second, there must be enough of the
bacteria to survive the harsh environment of your stomach to pass into your intestinal
tract. And third, they must provide health benefits beyond basic nutrition.
Sometimes, it is difficult to figure out whether certain
store-bought yogurts are probiotics. There are several reasons why they might not actually
be probiotics. For example, if the bacteria cultures that were used to manufacture the
yogurt are the wrong variety, they may not help you beyond the basic nutrition.
Furthermore, even if the yogurt contains the right types of bacteria, there may not be a
high enough concentration in the yogurt to survive through your stomach. Finally, even if
there was a high enough concentration of the bacteria at the time the yogurt was
manufactured, the concentration of live and active cultures may decrease rapidly while the
yogurt is transported to the market and while it sits on store shelves.
What does all of this mean? The absolute best way to make
sure that your yogurt is probiotics is to make it fresh at home.
- Yolife comes complete with seven 6 oz glass jars to make
creamy and delicious yogurt
- Makes fresh, probiotics-rich yogurt in 8-12 hours
- Add chopped fruit into each jar to make delicious
- Time indicator to remind you when your yogurt will be ready to
- Use your own glass containers to make larger batches
- Make yogurt in your Tribest Personal Blender blending
containers for quick and easy smoothies
- Yogurt made fresh in Yolife can contain much higher amounts of
active cultures than store-bought yogurt that's been sitting on store shelves
- Includes: YoLife Yogurt Maker Body, Standard Cover, Tall
Cover, 7 jars with lids and Instruction Manual.
- Maintains a constant temperature of 100 to 100 degrees F
- 11.6" long x 11.6" wide x 10.2" High
- Includes seven 6 ounce GLASS jars perfect for making
individual servigns of yogurt
- Includes tall cover so you can make yogurt in larger
containers for your home.
- Includes Yogurt Starter that has cultures speficially chosen
for their health benefits
- 110 Volt 13 Watts
- 5 Year Warranty
|Frequently Asked Questions:
Do I need to use the containers that come with the Yolife Yogurt Maker?
No. You may use your own container from home. Yolife is the only yogurt maker that
provides a tall cover so that you have the flexibility to use the standard jars that come
with it, or larger glass or plastic containers up to 80 fl oz at a time.
What kinds of milk will work?
Yolife can make creamy yogurt from regular milk (skim, lowfat, or whole) or soymilk. You
can also make yogurt drinks from different nut milks or grain milks like almond milk or
rice milk. However, yogurt made from nut milks will not solidify because they are not rich
What can I use to start the yogurt?
You will get best results with the Yolife Yogurt Starter. You may also use other yogurt
starters, store bought plain yogurt if it has a high concentration of active cultures, or
previous batches of homemade yogurt. We dont recommend using the same homemade
yogurt past 3 generations because other types of bacteria may be introduced to your
How long will the yogurt last?
If stored in the refrigerator, you can keep your yogurt for up to one week.
Does the Yolife Yogurt Maker cook the yogurt?
No. The Yolife Yogurt Maker maintains an average temperature between 100°F-110°F
(37.8°C-43.3°C), which is the optimal temperature for the yogurt cultures to grow
rapidly. This is not hot enough to cook the yogurt.
Does the Yolife Yogurt Maker have a time indicator?
Yes. There is a convenient time indicator dial on the top of each cover to remind you when
you started your yogurt.
Does the Yolife Yogurt Maker have a timer for automatic shut off?
No. Yolife does not have a timer-based automatic shut off because it can take varying
amounts of time to make your yogurt depending on how you are making it. If the yogurt
maker shuts off before the yogurt is ready, you may see poor results.
How big is the large cover?
The large cover is 7 tall. You use any container up to an 80 fl oz capacity as long
as the large cover can attach securely to the base of the unit.
Does the Yolife Yogurt Maker come with a large container?
No. But it comes with a large cover so you can use your larger containers from home.