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Finally flavored Greek yogurt for post-op’s!

You all know I don’t normally do product reviews for specific brands/products, but I had to do one for my newest snack obsession, Dannon Light & Fit Greek Yogurt. 

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I have been eating plain Greek yogurt for years.  I love the thick, creamy texture, and the fact that it packs a mega protein punch.  But the flavored ones were always way high in sugar for a RNY post-op so I wasn’t ever able to get anything but plain.  Then my grocery store started carrying the new (to me anyway) Dannon ones.  It was love at first taste!  It is thick and creamy just like the Greek yogurt I’m used to, and comes in fantastic flavors with only 7g of sugars so now I can indulge! 

My favorites so far are the “blends”, but my hubby likes the non-blends better, so there is something for everyone.  If you’re a yogurt fan, these are worth a try.  At 80 calories, and 12g of protein, they work well as a snack or a meal add on. 

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Hello, I'm Kate, and I'm a 10 year gastric bypass post-op. I started this blog, as well as my nutritional website betterbariatric.net, to help other bariatric surgery post-op's on their journey as well as pre-op's with their decision if bariatric surgery is right for them or not.

One thought on “Finally flavored Greek yogurt for post-op’s!

  1. I have tried the cherry and the vanilla. I love them both. Therefore, this week I’m going to try pineapple. As I mentioned in an earlyier post, I’m pre-opp so I’m not sure if the fruit (especially pineapple) is something I’ll be able to do after surgery…so I’ll savor every creamy bit now while I can.

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