Rich in nutrients, yogurt makes a great healthy snack option for people with diabetes. However, not all yogurts are equal, and some provide more value than others.
With that in mind, plus the plethora of different options available, we decided to share five we like to help make your yogurt shopping experience less intimidating.
Do you want to learn more about the benefits of yogurt? Read “Is Yogurt Good for Diabetics?”
1. 365 by Whole Foods Market, Organic Lowfat Yogurt, Vanilla
This organic option from Whole Foods is a good source of calcium, with 20% of the daily value per serving, and vitamin D, with 10% of the daily value per serving. With a “Live & Actives Cultures” stamp, it also provides probiotics that support gut health. Check the price here.
2. Chobani Non-Fat Greek Yogurt, Plain
Made from non-GMO ingredients, Chobani’s Non-Fat Greek Yogurt is gluten-free and vegetarian-friendly. It also provides plenty of protein with 14 grams per serving. Check the price here.
3. Siggi’s Fat-Free Icelandic Style Skyr, Vanilla
Siggi’s says it makes all of its skyr without any “of those dreadful” artificial sweeteners, and the milk comes from farms that don’t use growth hormones. Check the price here.
4. Fage, Non Fat Plain Greek Yogurt
According to Fage, only milk and live active cultures go into producing this high-protein (18 grams per serving), no-added-sugar yogurt. It is also non-GMO Project verified. Check the price here.
5. Icelandic Provisions Skyr, Vanilla
Icelandic Provisions combines three different vanilla beans in creating its protein-rich skyr. The company is also the only one using Certified Icelandic Skyr Cultures in North America. Check the price here.
Do you want more guidance when shopping for yogurt? Read “Choosing the Best Yogurt for Diabetics.”
“Is Yogurt Good for Diabetics?”: https://dsm.diabetesselfmanagement.com/healthy-living/nutrition-exercise/is-yogurt-good-for-diabetics/
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