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iLUDEd
05-12-2002, 07:16 AM
protein: 6g
carbs: 16g (15g is sugar)
fat: 1.2g

is it normal for yoghurt to be this high in sugar?
if so, wouldnt this slow down loosing bodyfat if your cutting?

InferiorDesign
05-12-2002, 07:20 AM
this yogurt is low in sugar, its good go for it, also the spelling youghurt is ace

Wizard
05-12-2002, 07:42 AM
it sucks

get rid of it if you wanna cut

body
05-12-2002, 01:36 PM
not natural yoghurt thne. most fruit flavour yoghurts have sugar added so they are sweeter.

Jane
05-12-2002, 01:39 PM
That is normal for yogurt, yes.

Go with the plainest yogurt you can find, organic would be best, and add your own sweetner/fresh fruit. The yogurts that are "strawberry" "peach" etc have too much added sugars.

I think that would be fine for cutting as long as it fits into your plan. Losing fat is not a mystical science and the rules don't get super strict until you're at the very low percentages.

iLUDEd
05-13-2002, 06:54 AM
sweet.. ill pop past safeway 2morrow and have a look see :)

Relentless
05-13-2002, 08:51 AM
Watch out for the 'fat free' yoghurts (Danone Silhouettes among others, IIRC) . . . they are usually packed with aspartame

Wizard
05-13-2002, 08:56 AM
so what?

Sebi
05-13-2002, 09:07 AM
wiz, there was some BS about aspartam causing cancer, impotence, death etc... just like creatine and toast.

Relentless
05-13-2002, 09:11 AM
a 1994 study published in Neurology (Vol. 44, No. 10) concluded that it appeared some people were susceptible to headaches caused by aspartame.

There is a whole lot of conflicting reports about good/bad effects of aspartame. As usual, it's hard to judge which are right and which are wrong....

My opinion: aside from the poor taste of most artificially sweetened yoghurts, you're putting a chemical into your body that you don't need to; natural yoghurt is pretty decent food on its own; why mess with a good thing?

Cal