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Fat Free Frozen Yoghurt Calories

In the event that you have ever ceased to watch the way that individuals shop you will have seen that nowadays many individuals invest a considerable measure of energy looking the bundling and perusing the marks before they purchase. This is predominantly in light of the fact that we are turning out to be more mindful of the healthful substance of our nourishment and are more cautious about what we eat. We have taken to checking and contrasting calories in different nourishments, even calories in solidified yogurt and fat free solidified yogurt.

This is on account of when we were initially acquainted with fat free solidified yogurt we were given the feeling that it didn’t contain numerous calories and was touted as being sound. While calories in fat free solidified yogurt are less than in an equivalent measure of frozen yogurt or ordinary enhanced yogurt, they are as yet present. With regards to calories solidified yogurt is misdirecting on the grounds that individuals see the fat free notice yet overlook that calories exist in different structures and additionally fat.

While it carries the name ‘yoghurt’, it truly is much more like a soft serve ice-cream. It varies a little slightly as it is generally lower in fat (due to milk being used instead of cream) and is slightly sourer. Therefore, if you eat frozen yoghurt frequently and it’s sweet – that means it’s loaded with sugar! To manufacture a product that appears frozen but yet is still soft enough to be pumped through a machine it contains stabilizing agents, gums, preservatives and other manufacturing secret ingredients! Don’t forget, it will most probably have artificial colours and flavours added too!

One average you will find that 4 ounces of frozen yogurt will contain about a 100 calories. This means that a 16 ounce serving will set you back about 400 calories and that is before you even factor in the toppings. This is where most people tend to make their mistakes. They think that since the yogurt is fat free, and therefore low in calories, they can add a lot of toppings. They do not realise that this where the calories pile up and before you know it, you have consumed more calories than if you had enjoyed a plate of ice cream instead.

I have been to a local fat free frozen yogurt place near our house and it is a good treat for the kids on occasion. The thing which surprised me was that they only had 8 flavours of the frozen yogurt but there were two large sections of toppings which each included 16 different toppings each! Added to this was the selection of bottles containing sauces and syrups, which bought up the number of toppings to almost 40. This is a lot to resist and so you need to be careful that you select the correct toppings. You should avoid anything too sweet and heavy such as nuts and chocolate as well as some of the canned fruits. Stick with fresh fruit or a few sprinkles if you feel that you need toppings.