This Is How Many Calories In Yogurt

By | January 24, 2016

To answer the question how many calories in yoghurt will be a difficult one to give you a direct answer to, as it would greatly be dependent on the size of the yoghurt pot which you are eating from. These would be great to eat as a dessert for after you have eaten all your healthy foods for lunch. Or, maybe even to top your cereal at breakfast time.There are various diet and low-fat yoghurts available to purchase but, however, on a personal not I do not see the point in eating these foods as –


Blackberry And Raspberry On A Spoon With Some Yoghurt

 

  • They will keep you in thinking about eating real full yoghurt which does not forget did not help you in remain slim in the first place and –
  • They rarely if ever taste as great as the fully loaded version anyway so really, why bother eating them just because you are eating a “yoghurt” There seems little point to me.

From A Health Perspective….

You see eating the original forms of this food really is not good for us from a health perspective and when you are eating them throughout the duration of your diet, well, this then means you are far more likely to go back to eating them once you time dieting is over.

This from a health perspective should not be done at all. I am not saying they should never be eaten but, as I have said throughout this site moderation really is absolutely vital in this mission to keep your weight under control so make sure you do not eat a lot of them, especially not in a short space of time.

Serving – 1 cupful (8 ounces) (US cup = 249 g and international cup holds 258 g)


Delicious Yoghurt With Red Berries


Fat Free Yoghurt

Calories – 100

Total Fat – 0.00g

Carbohydrates – 10.6 g

Protein – 14 g

Vitamins – 0.00 g

Minerals – calcium 23%


Plain Yoghurt

Calories – 154

Total Fat – 3.8 g

Carbohydrates –

Protein – 11 g

Vitamins – 0%

Minerals – 0%


A Standard Yoghurt Pot

Fruit Yoghurt

Calories – 243

Total Fat –  2.8 g

Carbohydrates – 45.7 g

Protein – 9.8 g

Vitamins – A  2% and C  2%

Minerals – Calcium 34% Iron 1%


Whole Milk Full Fat Yoghurt

Calories – 149

Total Fat –  5.1 g = 26%

Carbohydrates – 11.5 g

Protein – 8.5 g

Vitamins – A 5% and C 2%

Minerals –  Calcium 30% and Iron 1%


Home Made Whole Milk Yoghurt

Calories – 159.4

Total Fat – 8.6 g

Carbohydrates – 11.7 g

Protein – 8.5 g

Vitamins – A 4.3%, B 1 %, D 25%

Minerals – Calcium 31.5 %, Riboflavin 1.4%


Grnola And Blueberry Topped Yoghurt


Plain Greek Style Yoghurt, Fat-Free

Calories – 120

Total Fat – 0 g

Carbohydrates – 15 g

Protein – 13 g

Vitamins – 0%

Minerals – Calcium 1.5 g

Potassium – 1.7 g


So, as you can now see the makeup of the various yoghurt you can make your own mind up. Personally, I would not eat them if dieting but as I previously said, they are fine in moderation. Although they taste great, other than the fat fee variety they do contain a fair bit of fat so I would steer clear if I were you. At least for your diets duration.

So you see with the two “healthiest” types of yoghurt (Fat-free and Greek style) you can make these delicious too. Simply add some granola or raspberries or blueberries etc to it to really give it some flavour! this will the be one of the best breakfast foods for weight loss you can possibly eat.

Also, please note that these foodstuffs should only be eaten a maximum of twice a week. Any more than this and it is deemed excessive and will really be no good for losing any weight.

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2 thoughts on “This Is How Many Calories In Yogurt

  1. Jonathan

    Great post about the calories of yogurts.
    Didn’t know fruit yogurt calories were that high! 🙁
    Got to stop having so much of it after reading this!
    Thanks for sharing this valuable information.

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    1. Simon Watson Post author

      you are most welcome Jonathan and I must thank you too for your great observation haha. Yes a lot of people do eat a lot of yoghurt for sure but they are ok to eat don’t let me mislead you. They are fine when consumed in moderation. It is the fat content that pushes the calorie content so high and eating many of then gives you a lot of carb’ intake and if this is not exercised off WILL lead to a gain in weight for certain.

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