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Toss-up: Greek yogurt has more protein and both have some amount of probiotics, which are healthy bacteria to maintain a healthy gut. They probably make no difference for someone your age. Beware of any additives to either yogurt such as fruits and sugar as they make the product less healthy. Limit your dairy in general, but if you pressed for an answer, i would say greek is slightly better. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Good for you: Greek yogurt is a good nutritional supplement. Once a day is fine. ...Read more
Read the labels.: Non-fat greek yogurt may have up to 22 grams of protein per cup - making it a very good and inexpensive source of protein. Other yogurt will likely have considerably less protein. So check out the labels for this and other foods as you make your choices. Good luck. Lgromkomd. ...Read more
I asked a question about greek yogurt and got an answer and then i made a comment. Please respond to my comment.....L please respond to my comment thanks
I : I submitted a response just a minute ago. Remember, it takes a little time when trying to write an answer that is specific and helpful. Here is a recap of the response to your comment the calories will differ depending on which yogurt you buy. For instant non-fat plain chobania yogurt has less calories than chobani low fat plain yogurt. I was just looking up some stats on chobani greek yogurt, so that you can compare them. Chobani non-fat plain yogurt: 100 calories in 170 gram serving with 7 grams of sugar 0, grams of fat and 18 grams of protein. Calorie breakdown: 0% fat, 28% carbs, 72% protein. Chobani lowfat black cherry greek yogurt: 140 calories, 22 grams of carbs, 14 grams of protein and 0 grams of fat. Calorie breakdown: 0% fat, 61% carbs, 39% protein. Chobani low fat plain greek yogurt: 160 calories, 5 grams of fat, 9 grams of carbohydrate and 22 grams of protein. Calorie breakdown: 27% fat, 21% carbs, 52% protein. Fatsecret.Com is a site that shows the nutritional facts labels for different food products. Look under food data base and calorie counter. What is more important that the actual number of calories for a gylcemic index is the ratio of fats, to carbs, to protein. I hope this information is helpful. ...Read more
I took one bite of Greek yogurt that expired a week ago and smelled vaguely of old socks. Is it going to make me sick at all?
Why do I get hungry within an hour of breakfast? I usually eat greek yogurt and this hasn't changed but recently my appetite has been out of control!
Why does dr. Oz like greek yogurt when it has 13+ grams of sugar in it? And he feels so strong about sugar in the diet
That : That is a great question. I canâ€™t answer for dr. Oz but i can provide some basic information about greek yogurt. First, because greek yogurts are not heat treated and undergo little processing, they are a great source of probiotics. Probiotics are beneficial to the intestinal tract. Because of the live cultures in greek yogurt, it is reported to help with the absorption of calcium. Greek yogurt contains more protein and less sugar than typical american yogurts. Additionally, many people like the thick consistency of greek yogurt. Even with greek yogurts you need to check labels. Those that are flavored usually contain more sugar and more calories. The percentage of protein and carbohydrate differs depending on the brand. Greek yogurt is a great way to help meet your daily recommended dairy intake. It is also an awesome way to satisfy your sweet tooth while still eating healthy. Enjoy ! ...Read more
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