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6 common myths about Greek yogurt


Different brands use different recipes, which means the protein, sugar, and added ingredients can range a whole lot. Here, we set the record straight.
(photo: mensjournal.com)
(photo: mensjournal.com)

By Jessica Girdwain for Prevention.com 

PreventionLet’s do a little word association here. When we say “Greek yogurt” what pops into your head? “Crazy-high protein”? “Super healthy”? “Superfood”? While those adjectives do apply to some Greek yogurts, unfortunately, not every strain is equally nutritious (in fact, see why the Air Force actually banned one kind of Greek yogurt). Different brands use different recipes, which means the protein, sugar, and added ingredients can range a whole lot.

Here, we set the record straight on 6 common Greek yogurt myths so you know exactly what you’re buying.

Keep reading to see 6 yogurt myths that might surprise you…

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