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  • Writer's pictureTracey Sinibaldi

Not All Yogurts Are Created Equal



Yogurt has been a house staple forever. It's one of the easiest foods to beef up into a meal or have as a quick snack. But did you know that not all yogurts are created equal? Marketing and advertising for food makes yogurts that are loaded with sugar and artificial sweeteners seem like they're healthy option number one. To get the most out of your yogurt, it's important to know what you're looking for.


There is a variety of yogurts, aside from the "traditional" and Greek yogurts. For the sake of simplicity and highlighting what's accessible to most people, we're going to focus on just a few.


Which Yogurt to Choose?

Most grocery stores carry traditional yogurt, Greek yogurt, French yogurt, Lactose-Free yogurt, and drinkable yogurt. It's up to you which yogurt will deliver the right nutrition for your health wants and needs, but it's important to know what's offered in each kind in order to make that type of informed decision.

  • Traditional Yogurt

Most traditional yogurt has live and active cultures, also known as probiotics, that help promote gut and digestive health. This type of yogurt has a smooth and creamy texture. When looking to buy this type of yogurt, it's important to keep an eye out for the amount of sugar, sweeteners, protein, calcium, and vitamin D.

  • Greek Yogurt

Greek yogurt is a strained, thick yogurt. Because of this, it's commonly used as a healthy substitute for many sauces in various recipes. It is also deemed the most nutritious yogurt due to the high levels of protein found in it.

  • French Yogurt

French yogurt is typically made in the containers that it will be sold in. Many people prefer this yogurt because it's similar to traditional yogurt, but it lacks artificial sweeteners and preservatives.

  • Lactose-Free Yogurt

A great choice for those with lactose sensitivity. Lactose-free yogurt still contains probiotics and a decent amount of healthy fats.


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