ˇ All natural. No preservatives. No artificial flavors. ˇ No synthetic growth hormones: No rBST-treated milk. ˇ Includes 5 live & active cultures, including 3 probiotics. ˇ Made with real fruit. ˇ Twice the protein of regular yogurts.
ˇ A good source of bone-building calcium. ˇ Gluten-Free and Kosher-Certified. ˇ Safe for people with corn, nut and soy allergies.
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I mixed mustard into low fat Greek yogurt to eat along with meat, sandwiches and wraps. To replace thousand island dressing, I mixed half a teaspoon of ketchup into yogurt. When eating seafood, I mixed a little wasabi into 2 tablespoon of Greek yogurt and use as sauce. It helps me to increase my protein intake while reducing carbs and fats.
0 % or 2 % Greek Low fat yogurt.
Use greek yogurt (which is fat free and high in protein) in place of cream, mayonnaise, and sour cream when you cook. Mix plain greek yogurt with ranch seasoning to enjoy fat free dip, and add a little skim milk to make a ranch dressing. It can be added to soups, sauces, dips, and drinks to add a little creaminess without the fat.
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