Yogurt may be good for you. Some brands are loaded with excess fat, sugar and caleries. So here we're going to show you how to make sense of Yogurt labels.
Where do people get tripped up when they choose yogurt?
People get confused with sugar, fat and probiotics. Sometimes people look for low-sugar, but they don't realize they are getting artificial sweetners; or they just go for fat-free and they don't realize how much sugar they are getting; or they get drown in by all those probiotic labels out there.
What do we need to look at on the label exactly?
1. Caleries. About 90 to 120 caleries is what we want to aim for.
2. Fat. We need fat in our diet, but not from yogurt.
3. Calcium. We want to get about 200MG. On the lebal, you'll see that as 20%.
4. Sugar. Natually found in yogurt, you'll get about 12 grams of sugar. That was no added sugar. So we want to stay as close to that 12 grams as possible. If you have yogurt with fruit in it, make sure to read the ingredient label and see where you're getting the sugar from. You don't want to get it from refined resources like high fructose corn syrup. So if you do have added sugar grams, make sure you're look for real fruit in the label.
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