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The Unhealthiest “Health” Food on the Planet

You might be surprised to learn what this food is.

It’s a food we’re guilty of recommending far too often — or, more precisely, not being specific enough with the type we’re recommending.

And, interestingly, it’s loaded with nutrients…

…but look to the aisle of any grocery store and you’ll quickly get dupped.

There’s dozens of varieties of this food. 

Are they all "bad?" 
Are some worse than others? 
Should it be avoided like the plague??

Any ideas of what it is?

It’s good ‘ol yogurt.  Yup, the snack food that’s loaded with calcium may not be all it’s cracked up to be.

Why is it so "bad?"  Take a look at the label to the right.

When do you a little math, you can quickly see that 72% of the calories
come from sugar
in a standard "Fruit on the Bottom Yogurt."

It’s more like SUGAR on the Bottom Yogurt!

But what about the OTHER nutrients that yogurt offers, like protein and

They’re great, so here’s Your Fat Loss Solution — switch to plain Greek Yogurt and add your OWN actual fruit (not what they call "fruit" on the bottom).

Plain Greek yogurt has nearly SIX times less sugar and THREE times the protein than traditional yogurt. 

So while some yogurt may be the "unhealthiest" health food, there’s others that are "winners" in our book:
Here’s the key with this — by starting with a plain Yogurt, YOU are in control of what you put into that food rather than letting the food company add whatever sugars, sweeteners, and other ingredients they feel like that destroy your body and health over time.

Mohr Results Bottom Line: When you are in control of your food, you can make the best choices.  Choose plain Greek yogurt over the other varieties that add a lot of unnecessary sugar to a high quality product.

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7 Responses to The Unhealthiest “Health” Food on the Planet

  1. nick January 28, 2011 at 11:04 am #

    Great advice! People should be aware of the high amount of sugars in seemingly “healthy” foods. I have recently switched to whole milk Greek yogurt. What a difference in texture and taste. Creamy and delicious!

  2. Glenda January 28, 2011 at 1:43 pm #

    What do you think of Kroger’s Carbmaster Yogurt? The vanilla flavor and the raspberry flavor has 12 grams protein, 3 grams sugar and 4 carbs and 80 calories. And it tastes very good too!

    • Chris and Kara Mohr January 28, 2011 at 1:56 pm #

      The carb masters yogurts have lots of fillers and artificial sweeteners to give them flavor. Still prefer Greek Yogurt!

  3. Coach Rollie January 28, 2011 at 2:12 pm #

    I advise my client so check the sugar content of yogurt before buying. Once they find a low calorie/low sugar yogurt my number one tip to make that yogurt even better is to add chopped up walnuts and some protein powder. Try it sometime.

  4. Jim from Functional Fitness Facts January 30, 2011 at 6:31 pm #

    It’s so important to check food labels. Many foods contain surprisingly high amounts of sugar, sodium, trans fats or artificial ingredients.

  5. ted bell June 28, 2011 at 10:10 pm #

    make my own greek and put seasonal fruits in. maybe a little phoney sugar or a drip or two or 3 or 4 of honeyi like it and I,ve lost a ggod bit

    i eat two bagles at night,,,,,,,they;re bad but will find something else I’m sure, and jelly and non fat cottage cream bagles at night currently looking for different jellies

    its been my ritual about 6 months greek yogurt is easy to make at home with non fat milk

    next i’m going to try making bagles

  6. miguel December 26, 2012 at 8:10 pm #

    great article! People should be aware of foods that they think are healthy but the truth is gonna make their life in great risk.

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