Yogurts marketed toward children are not a good choice for anyone trying to maintain healthy blood sugar levels. Usually, these yoghurts have a lot of sugar and not much protein.
Neither of these things works well together to control blood sugar.When there isn't enough protein and fat in the diet to slow the absorption of sugar into the blood, blood sugar levels rise rapidly.
Incorporating "add-ins" like toffee bits or other bits of candy into yoghurt is a hit with kids and adults alike.Avoid children's yoghurts if you want to keep your blood sugar level steady.
Yogurt is a great source of probiotics and other beneficial bacteria, but eating too much or the wrong kind can actually have a negative impact on your health, so it may be difficult for anyone
who enjoys a cup of multicoloured yoghurt filled with candy to adjust. In order to select the best variety, it is always wise to check the label for a list of ingredients.
Never purchase a yoghurt without first checking the ingredients. Yogurts with less than 15 grammes of carbohydrates and less than 10 grammes of sugar per serving are the healthiest options.
One particular kind of yoghurt always outperforms the rest when it comes to providing the most nutrition for those who can only tolerate yoghurts with a minimal amount of sugar.
"Select a Greek yoghurt with a high protein content (at least 10 grammes per serving) and a low carb content (ideally, no more than 10 grammes per serving). Protein-rich foods take longer to digest,
which means you won't get hungry again quite so quickly. Furthermore, protein aids in the digestion of carbohydrates and postpones their absorption into the blood. Anyone with diabetes
can benefit from this protein because it curbs hunger and prevents a rise in blood sugar."