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    Yogurt!


    What is the healthest brand to buy?

    I mean best for dieting, nutritous?

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    Trader Joe's Greek style non fat.

    Awesome stats: one serving
    120 cals
    6 grams carbs
    22 grams of protein (kills all other yogurts)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fear View Post
    Trader Joe's Greek style non fat.

    Awesome stats: one serving
    120 cals
    6 grams carbs
    22 grams of protein (kills all other yogurts)


    WOW! Taste?
    I was thinking Fiber one, LOL!!!
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    Any natty yogourt should do just fine. No flavour, you're g2g.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fear View Post
    Trader Joe's Greek style non fat.

    Awesome stats: one serving
    120 cals
    6 grams carbs
    22 grams of protein (kills all other yogurts)
    I had Greek yogurt for the first time the other day. It's pretty good. The consistency is a bit different than regular yogurt (dryer) bit it ain't bad at all! Plus, the macros is bicthin'.
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    I get a no fat no sugar added prebiotic yogurt that is awesome, but I can't remember what it's called exactly. I'm sure it's not hard to find. Mix in some whey and whatever else you like (I use hemp plus cereal/granola and raspberries, and nuts/chocolate depending on what I'm craving ) and it's fantastic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fear View Post
    Trader Joe's Greek style non fat.

    Awesome stats: one serving
    120 cals
    6 grams carbs
    22 grams of protein (kills all other yogurts)
    agreed, it's been my night time staple. With a bit of natty peanut butter in it, 1tsp, it tastes incredible.

    also, most of the protein is casein! so remember it's slow digesting!!!
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    I also agree that the Greek style Yogurt from Trader Joe's is good.

    I like the honey version. I bought 3 to try it out a few weeks ago and they were great. I am going to stock up next time I go.
  

  
 

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