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2006/02/22 15:17:28 (permalink)

Sugar free yogurts ?

James is doing my diet, I cant find any yogurt thats not loaded with sugar ? anyone got any brand names for me that arent ?

cheers all, bbig

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    RE: Sugar free yogurts ? 2006/02/22 15:20:34 (permalink)
    I am not sure myself as i don't eat yoghurts but i thought it would be quite difficult to find ones that are low in sugars, especially the 'low-fat' variety as they tend to try and compensate for the lack of fats, by increasing the sugar content so the yoghurt doesn't taste bland.
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    RE: Sugar free yogurts ? 2006/02/22 15:23:49 (permalink)
    Yeh thats what I thought indeed bud, cheers, il just have to go with the lowest I can find, or perhaps, I need to ask

    whats worse for me, sugar or fats ?!

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    RE: Sugar free yogurts ? 2006/02/22 15:25:34 (permalink)
    I'd like to know which ones are sugar free too.

    Im currently buying Tescos Low Fat yogurts. Most flavours have 6.5g of protein per pot and are only 19p. Taste good too.

    What other yogurts are out there with a high protein content?

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    RE: Sugar free yogurts ? 2006/02/22 15:30:35 (permalink)
    ORIGINAL: bbigman2000

    Yeh thats what I thought indeed bud, cheers, il just have to go with the lowest I can find, or perhaps, I need to ask

    whats worse for me, sugar or fats ?!

    What kind of fat?

    TBH I think sugar is quite alright, better than artificial sweeteners anyways in my opinion.

    I remember the Muller light ones being common... you can try those? I dont remember the nutirtional content of them though..lol

    Are you aiming for flavoured ones or just plain natural yoghurt? Maybe put what you want in it?


     
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    RE: Sugar free yogurts ? 2006/02/22 15:43:20 (permalink)
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    Yeh thats what I thought indeed bud, cheers, il just have to go with the lowest I can find, or perhaps, I need to ask

    whats worse for me, sugar or fats ?!

    What kind of fat?

    TBH I think sugar is quite alright, better than artificial sweeteners anyways in my opinion.

    I remember the Muller light ones being common... you can try those? I dont remember the nutirtional content of them though..lol

    Are you aiming for flavoured ones or just plain natural yoghurt? Maybe put what you want in it?


    The Muller-lites are ~100 cals per pot with around 10 grams of sugar per pot i think.
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    RE: Sugar free yogurts ? 2006/02/22 15:48:57 (permalink)
    Yes, Muller light are good...

    Also Spelga.
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    RE: Sugar free yogurts ? 2006/02/22 15:50:50 (permalink)
    Ah dear lol

    I suppose it depends where the sugar is coming from... some can be naturally occuring and whatnot

    Not sure what to say, wait for someone that lives there lol.


     
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    RE: Sugar free yogurts ? 2006/02/22 16:03:08 (permalink)
    ok cheers folks, appreciated, il maybe see what James says when he see's this, my overall diet is in good order now thanks to him, so cant imagine that the yogurts are going to kill me, im using a variety just now, probiotic ones.

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    RE: Sugar free yogurts ? 2006/02/22 16:07:54 (permalink)
    BB, don`t know if you`ve considered this option but I normally get the bio natural yoghurt, throw in a couple of scoops of Vanilla whey 80 grammes of Quark and mix with some fruit or sugar free fruit puree like blackcurrant, it`s worth a try mate and its pretty nice too.

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    RE: Sugar free yogurts ? 2006/02/22 16:08:28 (permalink)
    try total 0%, 0g fat, and only 4g carbs per 100g iirc, lowest ive seen of any yogurt, i think they are just 52kcal per 100g too... and they taste superb with sugar free jelly...
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    RE: Sugar free yogurts ? 2006/02/22 16:12:29 (permalink)
    H20 thank you kindly, I will let the wife have a dabble with that, shes currently trying to master bigfella's flapjacks.

    cheers

    Big Me, I will have a look for those, havent seen them at tesco, is that the brand name ? TOTAL ?

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    RE: Sugar free yogurts ? 2006/02/22 16:19:53 (permalink)
    yeomans natural live yoghurt .
    add some honey if you want
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    RE: Sugar free yogurts ? 2006/02/22 16:22:07 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: BigMe

    try total 0%, 0g fat, and only 4g carbs per 100g iirc, lowest ive seen of any yogurt, i think they are just 52kcal per 100g too... and they taste superb with sugar free jelly...


    What are they called mate? ? ?
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    RE: Sugar free yogurts ? 2006/02/22 16:25:07 (permalink)
    ORIGINAL: bbigman2000

    Big Me, I will have a look for those, havent seen them at tesco, is that the brand name ? TOTAL ?


    Yeah the brand is called TOTAL, they do a normal version (blue/white coloured tub) with i think 10g carbs and i forget how much fat, but then they do TOTAL 0% in a pink/white tub...

    dont know about tesco's, but asda and morrisons and sainsburys definately stock - although they do seem to run out quite quickly, so id stock up when you go...
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    RE: Sugar free yogurts ? 2006/02/22 16:41:23 (permalink)
    Nice one mate, it's the norm for Morrisons to run out of stuff and then never bother stocking up for a while or covering the shelf space with another product.

    Might give these a try.
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    RE: Sugar free yogurts ? 2006/02/22 16:58:19 (permalink)
    thanks a million pal, MUCH appreciated, bbigman2000.

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    RE: Sugar free yogurts ? 2006/02/22 20:52:11 (permalink)
    don't all yoghurts contain some sugar in the form of lactose?
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    RE: Sugar free yogurts ? 2006/02/22 21:02:37 (permalink)
    Is the UK one of the countries where you don't get plain yoghurt? Bulgarian yoghurt it's called sometimes.

    Just plain yoghurt, sorry I don't know UK brands. Parmalat is an Italian brand and available in many countries, not sure about UK.

    It comes in low fat and fat free as well.

    Try ask in the stores for plain yoghurt or bulgarian yoghurt.
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    RE: Sugar free yogurts ? 2006/02/22 21:08:47 (permalink)
    How many do you eat mate?

    So long as you are sensible I can't imagine that at 20 odd st it's going to matter much

    Vitality (Muller Probiotic) would be my choice
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