I actually bought some the other day and have eaten a couple servings of it. I figured I should start getting some lactobacilus reuteri in my diet, aka probiotics.
There are some studies showing significantly increased testerostone production in rats fed probiotics compared to rats fed a typical diet.
Bretty cool stuff
How's the cost?
I always buy Chobani because they look nicer, reasonably priced at FoodMaxx, and Fage doesn't exactly sell itself as "Greek yogurt" at first glance. Didn't even know until now.
I eat one of these every morning. 17.6 oz, 440 calories.
>16g saturated fat
What do you add to greek yogurt to make it actually edible and yum? I need something a bit more better for me then pink nesquik.
>tfw homemade tzatziki with popcorn chicken
>tfw finished an entire tub of greek yogurt and an entire packet of diced chicken
greek here, dont eat the 0% it is crap, go for full fat or 2%.
There are lots of combinations on how to eat the yoghurt, i usually throw in a scoop of flavored whey and some frozen fruits or almonds.
Is it just referred to as yogurt over there?
>filled to the brim with sugars
Nigger I hope you're overemphasizing this, because brands like Lucreta and Fage use absolutely 0 added sugars, and the sugars that are in the yogurts are naturally occurring lactose shit, so you couldn't even avoid those if you wanted to. Lots of anons buy it and sweeten it up even more anyways.
A few grams of sugar isn't going to kill your diet anyways, assuming you manage your carbohydrates right.
Fuck that if you want sweet go with pineapple.
Also OP if you live in CT/MA don't waste money on brand names just get the big y Greek yogurt, it's GOAT. Same goes for cottage cheese
Your area's greek yogurt sounds terrible to the point of sounding like pleb yogurt rather than actual greek.
Attached is how much macros Greek yogurt brands should actually provide. Should apply to tubs, too.
I like Kirkland best. Cheaper than Fage but just as tasty.
Those macros are pretty bad compared to >>35641086 friend.
You've gotta be kidding.
>227g serving size
>150g serving size
The Oikos is way higher kcal lower protein per gram.
If you are eating plain greek yogurt get something flavored.
I started eating plain and it was terrible.
Took me a few months before I worked up the courage to try again, this time the flavored variety.
Trust me, its a world of difference
Whats the fucking difference between "Greek Yogurt" and normal like german/euro yogurt?
I bought Greek one and it was basically the same shit or do you americans just call Greek Yogurt what we call normal Yogurt here?
Enjoy that extra artificial things they add just to improve the pallete. Plain yogurt is supposed to be eaten with some fruits on the side not fucking plain.
That's like fucking eating just cottage cheese alone.
I really love me some tzatziki, oven roasted sweet potato wedges and pure smoked salmon!
Be sure to put extra extra garlic into it. You will socially outcasted the nex day though.
>mfw all this faggots complaining about flavor
Bet you pussies think it's hard to take creatine too, right?
OIKOS TRIPLE ZERO MASTER RACE REPORTING IN
>oikos 10g protein/100g
>kirkshit 10.5g protein/100g
>kirkshit no fiber
>kirkshit less carbs
The fuck u talkin about macros are bad? And I don't give a fuck about money, I know how to budget. Plus is tastes 10x better.
>tfw my jew organics/local store sells it for $2
>plain greek yogurt + MTS whey
>put in freezer for a few hours
Fage Total is the only reasonable choice.
>C O S T C O
I don't understand how it's possible to eat right without Costco.
A 1.36 kg / 3 lb tub of Fage Total 0% is $6.49, i.e. $1.08 per 23 g protein serving. I keep four tubs in the fridge.
I mix a half cup with a half cup of Quaker Steel Cut Oats for breakfast with 1 tbsp Kirkland Signature Clover Honey (5 lb for $13.29) and a light powdering of ground Saigon Cinnamon and 5 g Creatine Monohydrate (from BodyBuilding.com) for breakfast.
I also get the 2% or sometime full fat (1 kg / 35.3 oz for $5.99 from the supermarket) and mix 2 tbsp of honey per cup then freeze for just long enough for it to start to crystallise and eat for desert.
It's just strained yogurt m8, everyone from the swedes to the egyptians remove the whey from yogurt the exact same way, except American marketers like to throw "Greek" around because their public associates the word with ancient wonders, urn squiggles, and gyros.
I could eat plain yogurt with blueberries, mixed nuts, and a teaspoon of honey mixed in everyday for the rest of my life and not get sick of it.
Plus it's been speculated it increases test
Plus probiotics are good... scratch that, ESSENTIAL for a healthy immune system
5/7 would eat errday
Plain chobani has the lowest sugar/carbs and wad recommended to me by my coach.
I add stevia to it since I find it too tart, and eat it with berries. I've also started turning it into tzatziki to have with salad and chicken.
>Kirkland 0%. I like it just as much as Fage and it's a lot cheaper
I did and wish I liked it enough as it is cheaper, but to my taste it couldn't compare.
>Anybody knows if you can mix your supplements into greek yoghurt aswell?
No, no-one knows. If the knew, it would be impossible and illegal. Pic related (though the tub of Fage Total 0% is missing).
Now am I going to take my creatine monohydrate and vitamins with some 2% and honey.
>Now am I going to take my creatine monohydrate and vitamins with some 2% and honey.
First, pick the 2%.
Only powdered supplements; I added some creatine to a single-serving size container of blueberry Chobani, and it tasted fine. I think the blueberry compote helped a lot in making it edible, though, so you might have to get around the taste with flavorings of your own.
More importantly it's actually yogurt, i.e. mad of milk, bacteria and nothing else.
15 g protein for 80 Calories is good: 0.188 g/Cal vs Fage Total 0% 0.177 and siggi's 0.142.
$0.99 for 5.3 oz (5.35 oz/$) is more expensive than the 7.396 oz/$ I pay for Fage Total 0% at Costco, but I'm sure is much cheaper than siggi's.
As requested, here's something better after a brief stint in the freezer.