The voice and yogurt PartII: Is yogurt is good for the high register?

This post is a continuation of Part 1.
As previously stated, yogurt can strengthen the mucosa because it is a non pathogenic bacteria which has is high source of Vitamin A and B2.
The vocal cord’s mucosa is important in successfully producing a falsetto register and also assists in the relaxation of the the vocal muscles. Production of the falsetto, vibrates only the ligamentous edges of the vocal folds while leaving each fold’s body relatively relaxed. The folds are covered on the surface by mucosa, which is supported deeper down underneath by the innermost fibers of the thyroartenoid muscle.
How much yogurt should a person eat before showing signs of improvement to the mucosa?
Though each persons weight and body type does play an important factor in the intake, for and average person I recommend 7oz per day. Roughly, 1 serving of yogurt.
You should keep eating yogurt every day,
Give it a try!
Note1: I got a lot of requests asking, “To document and perform tests, through a yogurt study.” Investigating the issue would be a challenge because the mucosa is very small and can only been seen telescopically. How would I test and observe the changes of the mucosa of vocal chords?
Examine a selected group, daily for 6 months
Examinee A:Eat 7oz yogurt (okay to spit serving at different meal times)
Examinee B:Eat 3/4oz
Examinee C:Eat no yogurt, or dairy products
—Observation Procedure—
(1)Quality of voice (reviewed by self and others)
(2)Visual examination using an optical fiber scope
(3)Snapshot of cross-section by MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) which canĀ  measure the thickness of the vocal mucosa
(4)Measure elasticity, using the method of palpation.
Note2:It would be interesting if several different brands of the most commonly purchased yogurt were tested, as to make it more convenient for consumers.