how to get more probiotics in your yogurt diet?

how to get more probiotics in your yogurt diet?

Have you been making yogurt in your vitaclay clay pot lately? Taking probiotics from foods is safer than pills, I believe. What about you? 

Yogurt is one of the best sources of probiotics, the friendly bacteria that can improve your immunity, digestive health, mental health, bone health and skin health.

According to the GAPS diet, when you ferment yogurt for 24 hours, the bacteria in the yogurt culture consume the milk sugars (lactose), growing in numbers until there are about 708 billion beneficial bacteria in 1 cup of yogurt which is 50 times more probiotics than store-bought probiotic pills.

Simply made with grass-fed whole milk and last batch yogurt as a starter with nothing else! Tangy and creamy with no fillers, no artificial ingredients, and no additives plus you control your sugar intake!

This pot of yogurt was made overnight. I increased the fermentation time from 8 hours to 12 hours as I wanted to have more probiotic counts in my yogurt. This makes it virtually lactose-free and easier to digest.

Clay is the best cooking medium to make yogurt. Why? When you make yogurt in clay pots, the clay absorbs the excess water and so the yogurt is much thicker and richer. Clay is alkalizing that neutralizes acidity to make your yogurt naturally sweeter without much sugar needed!Good for your gut, bone health, ease of anxiety, and stress. Help you lose weight too!

How? Add the last batch of yogurt and mix with milk in your vitaclay pot. Set on yogurt the night before bed. When you wake up, your yogurt is ready!

You may drink it or make it parfait with pineapple or your favorite fruits when it is lukewarm or store it in your refrigerator for a few hours allowing your yogurt to settle to become more firm. After a few more days your yogurt will become creamy.┬áHoney or fruit for toppings will do the magical wonders! Yum!­čśő┬á

Feel free to use it as a salad dressing or substitute for sour cream. Homemade yogurt is way healthier than store-bought by eliminating unwanted fillers, artificial ingredients, and excess sugar.

This recipe is best made with our premium Smart Organic Multi-cooker -




  • 1.5┬áliters or┬á2-quart┬ágrass-fed whole milk
  • 3-6 tablespoons of last batch yogurt or get good quality Greek yogurt that has listed with 5-6 cultures.


  1. Add 1 cup milk and yogurt starter to your vitaclay pot and mix well with a wooden spoon.
  2. Add the rest of the whole milk in and mix well.
  3. Set on yogurt for 8 hours or more.
  4. Top with your favorite fruits, pineapple, or honey


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