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Syn free yogurts

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Workingmum34 Sat 23-Apr-16 08:35:16

Are there any syn free yogurts other than muller lights?

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KittyOShea Sat 23-Apr-16 08:41:43

Yes Danone activia 0%. The peach and raspberry are particularly nice

Workingmum34 Sat 23-Apr-16 09:02:08

Great. Thanks kittyoshea. The muller ones are a bit too big!

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KittyOShea Sat 23-Apr-16 09:16:40

Yes they're quite watery too I find. Do come and join us on the support thread- slimming world support thread 5. Lots of people there to help and inspire smile

Workingmum34 Sat 23-Apr-16 10:05:44

I have been stalking but never posted. All a bit new to this as have only been doing for two weeks (third weigh in on Monday). Lost 9 1/2 lbs so really pleased.

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KittyOShea Sat 23-Apr-16 10:07:16

That's fantastic! Do feel free to post. We're a friendly lot. It has really helped me stay on plan between meetings

debbiedidit Sat 23-Apr-16 10:17:05

Aren't the syn free yoghurts all full of sugar?

KittyOShea Sat 23-Apr-16 10:24:14

No idea Debbie. Tbh I think everything is fine in moderation- I don't think fat or sugar are the devil but over consumption of either isn't great.
I've lost 3 stone 8 lbs on SW and am now well within healthy weight range so it does work. I still have some sugar and fat in my diet but not too much of either so I'm happy enough smile

KindDogsTail Sat 23-Apr-16 10:29:20

Watch out for 0% fat high sugar which is not really sin free at all.
Why not have your own plain yogurt and add berries. This is really delicious. Supermarkets make quite cheap frozen berries.

KittyOShea's moderation is the main thing though.

Jemappelle Sat 23-Apr-16 15:24:35

The thing is for those trying to replace sweet treats like cakes with things like Müller lights - plain sour yoghurt with bloody berries worn probably cut it

Jemappelle Sat 23-Apr-16 15:25:01

Won't. Not worn.

tabulahrasa Sat 23-Apr-16 15:29:51

"Aren't the syn free yoghurts all full of sugar?"

Not a huge amount of added sugar no, the sugar listed in the nutritional breakdown is mostly lactose which is in any yoghurt and fructose from the fruit, so not hugely different in amounts of sugar from plain yoghurt with added berries.

QueenFuri Sat 23-Apr-16 16:52:53

I love fage total 0% its free and not sour i love it with berries or even just plain, im partial to quark too. Mullerlight is find but not everyday for me as i never lose much eating sweetner

KindDogsTail Sat 23-Apr-16 17:16:46

Lactose and fructose are both sugar, but in plain live yogurt like Fage quite a lot of the lactose has been sort of digested by the bio enzymes I think. I read somewhere to try to avoid having more more than 20grams of sugars (any kind) a day. But I can see what Jemapelle means about fruit yogurt still being much better than sweet treats like cakes.

Danone Peach 0% has about 10grms sugars per serving so easy to fit in as a treat..

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