Joanne and Henna - I try to find out about the Activia yoghurts and the Nom ones and add them to the list if they are free.
I ran the NOM vanilla yoghurt through the calculator with a free food allowance for the fat free yoghurt. It came out as 1.5 syns for the pot.
The Activia FF single pot came out as syn free
Last edited by Circes : 25th October, 2009 at 07:09 AM
HI thank you for a brilliant thread. Can you tell me why some people are saying the muller layered yogurts have syns when they are fat free. if this is right do you know how many syns please? thanks Mollysmum1
Thank you Donnie, quietly sobbing. I've just brought 2 x 6packs. Do you know how many syns please?
Phew that's not too bad at all. Thank you your a star x
New Goal; January 2012
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Sainsburys have just launched a new yogurt. It is called light 0.1% fat and a 200 ml carton like mullers. I can't find the syns anywhere and if you use the calculator they come out as 5 just like mullers do. Any ideas anyone ??
please can someone help! how many syns in Linessa (at lidl) plain natural yogurt. on the packet it doesnt actually say low fat but it says 0.1% fat? sooo i dunno :P
it is 120 cals for 250g but i dont have a pot to hand to give the nutri info. PLEASE HELP
i remember my old consultant saying a good rule of thumb with yoghurts was that they must say fat free to be free.but hey you never know.
i'm looking in the new directory n can't see it listed.
Unfortunately you can't rely on fat free yoghurts being syn free. There are some where that isn't the case. Better to check before you eat