There Are Packets Of Sugar In Your Greek Yogurt. But There Is Some Hope.

Name something everyone is scared of and does their best to avoid. If you guessed Joan Rivers, the answer was actually sugar. And if you're eating flavored Greek yogurts because they're healthy, you might as well be eating a cookie. While yogurt still packs calcium, protein and a handy dose of probiotics), the numbers on the back of the package don't lie: 20 grams of sugar is a lot to take in with all that good stuff.

Enter skyr, the so-called "next" Greek yogurt hailing from Iceland. The Vikings loved it even without passionfruit or blueberry purée and Siggi's brand claims much less sugar than many brands of its sweetened Greek counterpart. How much lower? Watch their "Healthy Greek Yogurt" guy educate the masses.

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