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JOURNAL All About: Skyr Similar to strained yogurt, this cultured dairy product has been part of Icelandic diets for centuries. Full of probiotics to boost immunity and digestive function, skyr is great for those on the go. “The high protein and calcium content is matched with the perfect ratio of carbohydrates, making skyr ideal for people with active lifestyles,” says Andrew Buerger, founder of B’More Organic. Check out their skyr smoothies on page 42. Water is great for a number of reasons—it’s calorie-free, keeps the body hydrated and energized, and flushes out toxins—but when plain H O gets old, opt for these homemade fruit-and-herb infused recipes instead of reaching for a store-bought flavored water, which is likely laden with unwanted extras such as sugar.