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The menu planner says you should have yogurt with at least 7 grams of protein. I could not find a yogurt out of all the ones I looked for with that many. The closest I could find is 6 grams. Any suggestions?.

Also, when the planner says three squares of graham crackers what does that mean? Are there four squares to a whole or is that half a cracker?.

Thanks,..

Comments (16)

Your question was: Yogurt suggestions for Nutrisystem?.

Well on the protein area of your question, to add protein to my yogurt I add.

About 6-8 almonds. That gives you the protein you need. Plus I put a handful of blueberries in it. YUMMO............... That is my protein, my yogurt, & my fruit. It has worked for me. Good luck..

Comment #1

Ksnoopy, congrats on joining up with Nutrisystem - the program really works! I wish you much success..

There are quite a few threads on the board where people asked what yogurts meet the requirements of a dairy..

Go to Search (upper right on board), then go to advanced search, put yogurt in the search function, and search titles only and in this forum (food talk and tips) and also in the dietician forum. I think you'll find a lot of answers...

Comment #2

The supermarket brand non-fat yogurts don't have enough protein (5g), but the light ones do (7g)...

Comment #3

6-8 almonds would count as 1-1 1/2 a fat serving. This way would not be Nutrisystem approved.

As per the subject at hand, I eat greek yogurt for my dairy/protein quite often. Some of the 100cal servings have 18g protein and very low sugar...

Comment #4

I use an 8 oz regular yogurt store brand with 9g protein...120 calories I think...

Comment #5

I like Fage yogurt the best. Nonfat and 15 grams of protein and only 90 calories. Its the best yogurt I've ever had.....

Comment #6

For newbies benefit.....

Adding almonds may add protein, but it also adds fat. This really is not following Nutrisystem guidelines...

Comment #7

Stores that carry the Kroger brand have a Carb Master yogurt that has excellent stats...

Comment #8

For graham crackers, you want to keep it at around 80-120 calories so look on the box. Generally, that would be 3 of those 2.5 inch squares...

Comment #9

I love Dannon's Greek yogurt. It's nonfat, the strawberry is 120 calories, 12 g protein; vanilla is 110 calories, 12g protein. I tried the blueberry, it's okay but the strawberry and vanilla are more my preferences. Here is a link to their website....

Http://www.dannon.com/greek/default.aspx..

Comment #10

Also, try Fage greek yogurt! 1 container is 80 cals with 15 gr protein! This works out to about 15 cals per oz, so if I buy the big tub of plain which some markets have, I can have 8oz!!! Either way I add splenda and a package of my cereal, like granola or anything crunchy and it is wonderful!.

I only started yesterday so am learning like you!..

Comment #11

I really need to switch to the Greek yogurt! I had no idea it has so much more protein!..

Comment #12

Also, target brand (archer farms) yogurt is 90calories and 7 g protein..

Comment #13

Chobani has a good yogurt too. Make sure you read the label - some are higher calorie...

Comment #14

I also buy the Target (Archer Farms) brand. It is 90 calories and I had one today that actually had 8 grams of fat. I have to watch my calories pretty closely so I don't do the greek yogurt. The Target one is much better than the other fat free yogurts to mecreamier, thicker for only 10 more calories...

Comment #15

Eight grams of fat? That means 72 of the 90 calories were fat calories. Did you mean protein?..

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