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Favorite Products: Fage Total 0% Non-Fat Greek Yogurt by Stephanie S. Posted Tue 08 Jan 2013 4:43pm Fage Total 0% Non-Fat & 2% Greek Yogurt FAGE (pronounced “fa-yeh”) Total Strained Greek Yogurt provides a wealth of nutrition, as it contains no added sweeteners, thickeners or preservatives, no powdered milk, powdered cream or powdered protein. It is made using 100% natural ingredients, and cultures that go through a straining process to create ... Read on »
Making Low-Fat Frozen Yogurt at Home by Rosehaven Cottage .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 12:59pm My one birthday wish this year was to get a Cuisinart Soft Serve Ice Cream Maker that makes frozen desserts, because I'm always craving raspberry and boysenberry non-fat frozen yogurt and don't have somewhere I can get it locally. Thanks to my wonderful Hubby (who smartly used one of our 20% off coupons from Bed, Bath & Beyond), I got my b ... Read on »
Cooks Illustrated Rates Low Fat Strawberry Yogurt by Martha M. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 13 Feb 2012 12:12am Strawberry Yogurt Photo Credit Flickr: Rosemilkinabottle I recently happened upon the results of Cook’s Illustrated low fat strawberry yogurt taste test review conducted back in 2009. I’m always curious about the “experts” have to say and how my opinion compares to theirs. I’m not a huge consumer of strawberry yogurt these day ... Read on »
Fat-Free Yogurt Aids in Weight Loss by Niell A. Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 3:44pm Research by Neill Abayon According to recent reports, studies have shown that fat-free yogurt may actually trim pounds off your tummy. For someone like me (who has battled the buldge since childhood), this was music to my ears! Most days I try my best to have a yogurt for a mid-morning snack. Bored with your yogurt routine? Try spici ... Read on »
Fruit Compote with 0% fat Greek Yogurt by Dianne .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:14pm Michelle over at the Accidental Scientist is co-ordinating the latest round of Heart of the Matter (HotM), a food series to encourage heart-healthy eating. An appropriate food series for me to get involved in, but also a bit more complicated for me, as it has to be low in saturated fats and salt whilst still accomodating a gluten free diet. ... Read on »
Yogurt May Help Mothers Lose Baby Fat by Mark .. Patient Expert Posted Fri 08 May 2009 6:06pm If you have been pregnant recently and had a baby, then this may be of great interest to yourself apparently eating pro biotic yogurt every day may be the key to losing your excess babies fat. Some pregnant mothers found that by eating a particular food that contained the bacteria which is found in most yogurts help them to lose baby fat. A s ... Read on »
My big fat Greek yogurt snack. by Tara Posted Fri 02 Apr 2010 12:00am I remember very clearly the first time I ate Greek yogurt because it thoroughly and completely disgusted me. Something about it was sour, the texture was grossly thick compared to my Light 'n Fit yogurt and I had no clue what to make of the watery gunk I found floating underneath the lid. But I paid a pretty penny for it comparatively, so I was ... Read on »
Low Fat Greek Yogurt Cupcakes by The Healthy Hostess Posted Thu 24 Jan 2013 8:47am Last week Brady was traveling and by Friday, we were ready for him to come home.  When Anna and I were talking about what we should do when he got home, she quickly suggested we make him cupcakes.  Brady is not a sweets lover at all, but it really wasn’t about him.  Plus, I didn’t think Anna (or myself) would have to much fun making beef ... Read on »
Sugar Free, Fat Fre, Mixed Berry Greek Frozen Yogurt by Melody P. Patient Expert Posted Thu 15 Aug 2013 2:44pm You CAN eat ice cream for breakfast and feel good about it! This frozen yogurt is fat and sugar free; basically just yogurt and fruit, sweetened with stevia to taste and thinned with a bit of almond milk. Mixed Berry Frozen Yogurt 2 cups nonfat, plain, Greek yogurt 1 cup frozen mixed berries 2 tbsp almond milk ... Read on »
Brazil Yogurt Is At It Again: Another Fat Campaign by Dr. Deb Patient Expert Posted Thu 18 Mar 2010 4:36pm Fat discrimination seems to be running rampant these days. And research supports this trend. Yes, it's true, we're not as active as our ancestors. Yes, we all lead far more sedentary lives than centuries, or even decades ago. And yes, it's important to make mindful nutritional choices. But why in the age of genetics, are obese individua ... Read on »