A delicious salad that we can prepare at home with 2 very healthy ingredients, ideal to help you reduce body weight, cucumber and natural yogurt.

Benefits of cucumbers

Why should we consider adding cucumber to our diet, be it in a cucumber and yogurt salad, or in any of the other ways to include cucumber in our dishes?

Cucumbers are rich in potassium, which has been shown to help lower blood pressure, and vitamin K, which is essential for calcium absorption and bone health.

Cucumbers also contain fisetin, an anti-inflammatory substance that plays an important role in maintaining cognitive function. Additionally, cucumbers can help reduce the inflammatory response in the body and reduce the risk of certain cancers and cardiovascular diseases.

They also happen to be delicious; From vibrant salads to spicy stir fries, be sure to add it to your meals or salads to go with them.

Benefits of natural yogurt

For those who think that yogurts are popular because they taste rich and creamy, the reality is that their benefits go beyond taste, especially when it comes to plain yogurt . And that is exactly why you will find a variety of yogurt in every grocery store.

Not only is it high in calcium, plain yogurt is also a protein powerhouse.

Cucumber salad and natural yogurt recipe

Creamy Cucumber Salad Recipe with an inspired dressing made with Greek yogurt, fresh lemon, and garlic. It is a light, refreshing salad and has less than 30 calories per serving!


  • 2 large cucumbers.
  • 1 plain Greek yogurt.
  • 1 clove garlic.
  • salt and pepper.
  • virgin olive oil.
  • fresh lemon.


We wash the cucumbers well, we grate one of them, add salt and put it in a colander so that it removes the water it releases, for about 30 minutes. Crush well with a spoon to remove all the liquid that we can and put in a bowl.

Pour the natural yogurt and crushed garlic on top, stir it well and test that it may lack as much salt, depending on taste, and add freshly ground pepper. We keep it in the fridge.

We cut the other cucumber into thin slices and we arrange it on the plate, we season it.

By Dr. Eric Jackson

Dr. Eric Jackson provides primary Internal Medicine care for men and women and treats patients with bone and mineral diseases, diabetes, heart conditions, and other chronic illnesses.He is a Washington University Bone Health Program physician and is a certified Bone Densitometrist. Dr. Avery is consistently recognized in "The Best Doctors in America" list.

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