Greek Yogurt Nutrition Facts
So if you have not tried Greek Yogurt you are probably beginning to wonder what all the hype is about. I think about every Yogurt company out there is coming out with their own Greek Yogurt! If you are one of the few people that have not already tried it is time to get on board.
What are your reasons for not trying it? Are you wondering about nutritional facts? If you are that is not an excuse you can use any longer. We will cover the Greek Yogurt nutritional facts for you here. That way you can make your informed choice to try Greek Yogurt. If you already have tried Greek Yogurt and love it, this will help you to know you are making a good nutritious choice.
We will cover the nutritional information on a 150 grams or 2/3 cup serving size of Greek style yogurt. Keep in mind that the following information is also based on a 2000 calorie diet. There are only 130 calories per serving and only 70 of those calories are from fat. There are 8 grams of fat in Greek Yogurt which is about 12% of the daily value. There are 5 grams of saturated fat which makes up about 25% of the daily value. There is no Trans fat in Greek Yogurt. There are 20 milligrams of cholesterol in each serving which makes up approximately 7% of the daily value. There is also 70 milligrams of sodium in each serving which is only 3% of the daily value. There are a total of 5 carbohydrates which is 2% of your daily value. There are no dietary fibers in Greek Yogurt. There are also 5 grams of sugar and 11 grams of protein in each serving of Greek Yogurt. You also get 4% of Vitamin A and 10% of the daily calcium you need.
If you are able to fit the above nutritional information into your diet, I would highly recommend it. Greek Yogurt is a very nutritious and great tasting snack you and your family can enjoy!