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A UK study of more than 900 yogurt products found that the majority were very high in sugar - as high as 13.1 g of sugar per 100 g of yogurt. That's more than 6 teaspoons per cup (96 calories).
But a diamond in the rough is Greek and natural yogurt - with only 5 g per 100 g (just over 2 teaspoons per cup - 32 calories). Your best option? Go for unflavored 2% Greek yogurt - stir in your favorite berries and vanilla whey powder for sweetness.
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