What's the best yoghurt for your ailment?

A pot of yoghurt counts as one of the two or three dairy portions a day needed for healthy bones. But which is the best choice for you?
UPSET STOMACH: SOYA
A bout of gastroenteritis can affect the intestinal cells that produce lactase, the enzyme that helps digest dairy food. Swapping to soya yoghurt (which is as calcium-rich as its dairy counterpart) for a couple of weeks after a stomach upset is a good idea, allowing the gut time to heal.
IRRITABLE BOWEL SYNDROME: ACTIVIA
This brand contains a specific strain of friendly bacteria that speeds up the rate of food transit through the gut. In a group of women with IBS, bloating and constipation were improved when they ate a couple of pots a day. 
HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE: BLUEBERRY
Low-fat yoghurts are recommended as part of a diet to lower blood pressure, but choose one with 20 per cent blueberries and add another handful of fresh fruit. Blueberries are packed with proanthocyanidins, which help keep blood vessels relaxed (in turn, lowering blood pressure).

Source  - Daily Mail