6 best yoghurt and 4 yoghurt to avoid

the purest form of yoghurt is essentially simple and healthy. You drink milk, add some probiotics - and look! Unfortunately, it's not so easy to buy yogurt in the supermarket. You have to select products (Greece, Iceland, Australia, etc.) made from different styles and textures of milk (cattle, sheep, almonds, etc.). Some yogurt contains real fruit and real sugar, while others do not. Some yoghurt after heat treatment, will damage our intestines like healthy insects. In order to save you a little time and a lot of frustrations, we classified the disordered supermarket shelves and found six best and four worst yoghurt. All the best yoghurt have low sugar content, high quality ingredients and active culture medium.

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1. Best: siggi's Icelandic skyr

siggi hilmarsson of Icelandic origin found that the supermarket shelves lacked low sugar and simple ingredients, so he decided to make his own brand of yogurt. Skyr (pronounced skeer) is a cultured dairy product that is said to have existed in Iceland for more than 1000 years. It is characterized by low fat, high calcium and protein, making it a great, nutritious choice. Siggi's offers degreased, low-fat and full-fat varieties with a delicious taste, such as coconuts, oranges and ginger, as well as mixed berries and Acai.

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2. Best: Blue Mountain yoghurt. Buttered pumpkin. Beet. We are not talking about Thanksgiving dinner here, but about the taste of blue mountain yoghurt. In terms of delicious yoghurt, blue mountain occupies the leading position in the market. Its products are low in sugar, ranging from 5g to 10g, and are made from 100% cow milk. Because these yoghurt don't conform to the traditional taste, such as tomatoes and sweet potatoes, you can add them to the lunch and dinner recipes and eat them after breakfast. Add carrot yoghurt to carrot and ginger soup or dip parsley yoghurt in parsley chips to satisfy your appetite.

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3. Best: the herbivore project cashewgurt

vegetarians and lactose INTOLERANTS will fall in love with the herbivore's cashewgurt. This dairy free yoghurt doesn't have the kind of "slightly off" artificial taste you might get from other similar products. At present, forger offers five delicious flavors: original, wild blueberry, lemon, vanilla bean and strawberry. The San Francisco based company keeps its ingredients to a minimum and avoids additives such as artificial colors, so you'll find that good foods like turmeric add beautiful, natural gold to your lemon yogurt. The original sugar content is very low, only two grams per serving. Unfortunately, other flavors have a medium high sugar content (12g), but it's still a good choice for those who don't have dairy or have a low dairy content.

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4. Best: Kate mountain almond milk yoghurt is another delicious choice for yoghurt lovers without milk. You can taste the fresh and authentic ingredients of every taste of kites mountain, including blueberries, peaches, limes and plains. If you're looking for something that's completely stripped, the normal unsweetened version doesn't have sugar. Kit Hill's yoghurt is ideal for thickening smoothies or as a basis for a sweet dip. For foods with low sugar content, please choose ordinary, unsweetened, vanilla and blueberry flavors.

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5. Best: wallaby Greek low fat yoghurt

as you might suspect, this yoghurt is an Australian style mixed yoghurt that makes it extra cream. To give yogurt its unique texture and subtle flavor, wallaby uses organic dairy products from ranch farms and processes them in small batches. One of its most nutritious products is the Greek low-fat yogurt series. The regular version contains 17 grams of protein and 4 grams of sugar per meal. Be sure to avoid the smell of honey, which contains 26 grams of sugar.

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6. Best: if you're exercising or just trying to lose weight, SM a RI's yogurt is a great breakfast staple. Why? According to the company's website, they have more protein per meal than any other yogurt on the US market. Saari yoghurt is an organic Icelandic skyr made from milk from grazing cows. The company uses real, complete ingredients (coconut slices, strawberries and vanilla beans) to infuse its products with flavor. In addition, it takes about four cups of milk to make a thick milk yogurt. Because the end result is so concentrated, it's also high in protein - 13 to 17 grams per serving. Everyone has a taste: black cherry and Chia, New Orleans coffee, lime, coconut, pineapple, plain, peach, blueberry and strawberry.

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1. Worst case scenario: FAGOR Greek yogurt (sweet taste)

ordinary FAGOR Greek yogurt has only 7 to 8 grams of sugar, but be careful when crossing the company's new cross line. Some combinations - Olive thyme with almonds, carrot ginger with pistachio, coconut curry with cash WS - are graded with about 8 to 13 grams of sugar. But others, like honey and glazed pecan, caramel and almond, coconut and dark chocolate, make people think that we have confused the yogurt part with the ice cream part. These flavors can contain up to 23 grams of sugar per meal. Our proposal? When it comes to fag's intersection, please choose delicious food.

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2. Worst of all: Yo crunch

yo crunch doesn't seem offensive at 180 calories per meal, but when you consider that many of these calories come from 26 grams of sugar (to Snickers' taste) and trans fat, there's only one thing about this yogurt: avoid it. No one will lie to us that these products are healthy (with M & MS, chips ahoy, Oreos and Twix flavors), even if each container has a label of "other natural flavors of low-fat vanilla yoghurt" on the front. Put yo crunch on the shelf.

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3. Worst of all: Danon fruit at the bottomIt should be healthy, right? Wrong. In general, Danon's yogurt is not the worst, but you can definitely do better. Its biggest disadvantage is its high sugar content. We're talking about 21 to 22 grams of sugar, while some of our "best" brands have only about half.

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4. Worst: Noosa yogurt

putting Noosa on the "worst" list is very painful for us, because it's so delicious, you will swear it's dessert. There are about 30 grams of sugar in every 8 ounce container, almost. Of course, you can eat only half of the containers as snacks, but the sugar content will still be high, and, like Pringle, it's hard to stop once you pop. We like the company's use of high quality ingredients and innovative tastes, such as bachti tea, pumpkin, strawberry rhubarb and blackberry Serrano. Therefore, we suggest that you keep these yoghurt to enjoy occasionally and pay attention to your portion size.

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What do you think? What's your favorite yogurt? Is it on our list? In addition to the delicious creamy taste, what else do you want in yogurt? Share your thoughts, questions and favorite yogurt with us in the comments below.

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