Wednesday, 7 November 2012

ASDA Fat Free Flavoured Yogurts - Lower Calorie

Finding lower calorie flavoured yogurts isn’t that easy. You may think that choosing a fat free yogurt means it will have fewer calories. Sadly, this isn’t always the case. In fact, many fat free flavoured yogurts simply replace the lost fat with sugar. This of course, does little to lower the calories.

There are a few ‘diet’ type yogurts around which use other sweeteners instead of sugar and this helps to lower the calories. One of them is ASDA who have introduced two new fat free varieties of flavoured yogurt.  Each flavour has just over 50 calories per 100g.




The two new varieties are: ‘Mango and Pineapple’ and ‘Rhubarb and Vanilla’. They’re available in 450g pots and are ideal for slimmers because they both have just over 50 calories per 100g.














These yogurts are from the 'Chosen by You' range and are picked because they meet customers’ high standards. This means you can be confident you're buying great tasting products every time you buy a ‘chosen by you’ product.
Mango and Pineapple Yogurt

Also available in the 'Chosen by You' fat free yogurt big pot range is ‘Natural Fat Free Probiotic’ yogurt which comes in a 500g pot.

All are are suitable for vegetarians and contain no artificial colours or flavours.





Nutrition information per 100g (mango and pineapple): 53 calories, 5.2g protein, 8g carbohydrate, 7g sugars, 0.2g fat, 0.1g saturates, trace fibre, 0.2g salt.

Nutrition information per 100g (rhubarb and vanilla): 52 calories, 4.5g protein, 8.3g carbohydrate, 7.2g sugars, 0.1g fat, 0.3g saturates, trace fibre, 0.2g salt.

Nutrition Information per 100g (natural): 53 calories, 5.4g protein, 7.6g carbohydrate, 7.6g sugars, 0.1g fat, nil saturates, nil fibre, 0.2g salt.





Added ingredients: Mango (6%), pineapple (2.2%), fructose, rice starch, flavourings, colour (anthocyanins), sweetener (sucralose).

Added ingredients: Rhubarb (8.2%), fructose, rice starch, flavourings, concentrated lemon juice, sweetener (sucralose), colour (paprika extract).

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