U.S. scientists are testing exotic yogurt flavors fortified with fish oils to help consumers intake recommended levels of omega-3 fatty acid. The researchers tested chili-and-lime flavored yogurt with a 1% concentration of fish oil. Their study appeared in the April issue of the Journal of Dairy Science. "These studies suggest that fortification of a savory yogurt with 1% fish oil could be acceptable to a portion of the general population and have a potential market among health- and nutrition-conscious consumers," the researchers wrote.
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