Tuesday, 14 December 2010

Nutrition in the Frozen Yogurt

Nutrition in the Frozen Yogurt
Frozen Yogurt is often referred to fro yo, able to keep the content of probiotics or good bacteria that help the digestive process even if stored in freezing temperatures. Here's the content of nutrients in the fro yo:

* Calories: Each 100 grams of frozen yogurt contains 25-30 calories. Cup size (225 ml) contains about 200-240 calories.

* Carbohydrates: Cup size medium (225 ml) contains 30-50 grams of carbohydrate. Carbohydrates are essential components needed by the body as a source of energy.

* Fats: levels are much smaller than the ice cream frozen yogurt though also made from skim milk. Each 225 ml contains less than 4 grams of fat.

* Protein: 2-8 grams of protein in each 225 ml. Protein is important for the repair of bone, cartilage, muscle and skin. Frozen yogurt medium containing 16 grams of protein.

* Calcium: Each 225 ml of frozen yogurt contains 20% to 30% calcium RDA (Daily Nutrient Adequacy Score). Calcium is an essential mineral for maintaining bone health and strength, keeping the heart healthy and necessary in the process of weight loss.

* Probiotics: Helps build endurance. These live bacteria help the digestion process becomes easier and faster.

* Vitamins and minerals:
- Riboflavin to break down carbohydrates, fats and proteins to produce energy.
- Potassium to regulate blood pressure.
- Thiamin plays an important role in the nervous system.

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