It's the ultimate chick preworkout/afternoon/late-night snack — yogurt on its own is a great choice. Problem is, that fruit is sugar central. All yogurt contains lactose, which is a naturally occurring carbohydrate; generally in a single serving, it equals about 12 to 15 grams of carbs, which is fine, but when you add the jammy fruit you can nearly double that amount. You end up with nearly 30 grams of carbs, half of which is the processed, quick-burning kind. Stick to the creamy (and protein-packed) Greek variety and add some cut-up fresh fruit.
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