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Yoghurt

Discussion in 'Food, Nutrition and Recipes' started by bri281295, Jul 21, 2013.

  1. bri281295

    bri281295 Type 1 · Well-Known Member

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    Has anyone found any low sugar yoghurts? Struggling to find any
     
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    Lidl do a greek natural yogurt in 1 litre pots carbs 3.6 per 100ml do not buy the low fat option as the carbs are higher, unless you want too of course:smile:

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    Lidl Greek Yogurt 3.2g carbs per 100g, the best tasting I've ever had
     
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    I have found that Marks and spencer does low sugar and low fat yoghurts and they are very tasty. They use the new Splenda sugar to sweeten them so they are ok for sugar levels.. try them.. they are labelled "healthy eating yoghurts" and the highest sugar content is 5.9 per 100 grms for the Rhubarb Brulee the others ( caramel toffee, vanilla and one other I can't remember the name) that they do in that range are all below 5.9 grms per 100 grms and around 4.0 ..... just check the sugar levels before you buy.
    Hope this helps.
    gerri :D
     
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    Sainsburys (and maybe other supermarkets, but I only go to Sainsburys) sell Diet Irish yoghurts which come in two different sets of flavours and are really nice. I've checked the sugar in them compared with others and they are lower.

    http://www.irish-yogurts.ie/index.php/products-/diet-range-/diet-variety
     
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    If your just looking for plain yogurt then Onken Natural Set Yogurt takes some beating on taste.
     
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    angieG Type 1 · Well-Known Member

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    I'll second that :thumbup:

    Angie
     
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    You'll find that the Irish Dairy yogurt Full Fat have LESS sugar than the low fat. Always be wary of low fat as sugar is often substituted for fat!
     
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    I have had a sugar-free yoghurt but it tasted foul. I'd rather have less of a higher carb one.
     
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    BUY FULL FAT! Almost always lower in sugah. Do check of course.


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    I use sheep's milk yoghurt, which tastes amazing. So creamy and very low in sugars and fats as well.
     
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    "Irish Yoghurt" available in Tesco pack of four different flavours £1-50....It is the only "No Sugar" I can find....It is good.....!
    Regards
    Georg
     
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    It can be hard finding yoghurts with sugars less than 15g. Doesn't help when supermarkets discount the unhealthy ones. Most weight watchers yoghurts are very low, only 6-8g sugar per pot. Muller light are also pretty good, 175g pots, 12g sugar
     
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    Neo Valley natural yogurt with some loose nuts thrown in is 6.5g of carb per 100g


    Diagnosed Type II 1998 1 x 80 mg Gliclazide, 4 x 500mg Metformin and 1 x 100mg Sitagliptin - HbA1c - 48 mmol/mol
     
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    Lidl Greek yogurt. Delicious thick creamy whole milk yogurt. Add your own berries. What is nice is to make ice cream with it and some whipping cream.
    You can mascerate some berries in a teaspoonful of Xylitol and if you like it some liqueur and add to yogurt.
    Hana
     
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    Ricky Prediabetes · Well-Known Member

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    Irish Yoghurts Diet - delicious flavours, no sugar and on special at Tesco at £1 for a pack of 4!!
     
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