The easy way to make delicious probiotic yoghurt at home!
Save money by making your own delicious, fresh yoghurt at home and know that what you and your family are eating contains healthy, live "good" bacteria.
The Yolife Yoghurt Maker is the fast and easy way to make fresh yogurt at home. In just 10-12 hours, Yolife can make up to 42 oz of nutritious yogurt from milk or soymilk with the convenient glass containers that are included. Unique to the Yolife Yoghurt Maker is the tall cover which comes in addition to the regular cover - allowing you to use larger glass or plastic containers to make up to 80 oz of yoghurt.
Simply add milk or soymilk, active cultures, and your favourite flavourings to make delicious and creamy yoghurt at home. Yolife maintains the optimal environment for the active cultures to turn your milk or soymilk into nutritious yoghurt filled with beneficial probiotics.
Yolife comes complete with seven 6 oz glass jars to make creamy and delicious yogurt for each day of the week
Add chopped fruit into each jar to make delicious fruit-flavored yogurts
Time indicator to remind you when your yogurt will be ready to eat
Unlike other yoghurt makers Yolife comes with a tall cover - 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
5 year warranty
Homemade Yoghurt vs. Sstore bought yogurt:
Yoghurt is an important source of probiotics that are crucial for helping maintain porper digestive and overall health. Probiotics, like the active "friendly" bacteria found in yoghurt, may provide health benefits when consumed in significant enough quantities. Making fresh yogurt at home can provide you with higher amounts of active probiotics in each serving than you can find in store bought yogurt. That's because the active cultures in store bought yogurt can decrease while sitting on store shelves.
Yoghurt helps replenish the beneficial "friendly" bacteria naturally occurring in the digestive system that may be diminished due to anti-biotics, excess alcohol, a poor diet, or even stress. Maintaining the careful balance of "good" vs "bad" bacteria in your digestive tract helps you digest your food and helps maintain your overall health.
In fact, studies have shown that consuming probiotics can help boost your immune system, and help with symptoms of constipation, diarrohea, irratable bowel syndrome, and much more.