6. Flavored yogurt
“Yogurt in general can be a good source of protein, calcium, and probiotics. But those benefits are often cancelled out by the high sugar content if the yogurt is flavored,” says Rebecca Lewis, RDN, a registered dietitian at Hello Fresh. Remember that some popular brands pack as much 20 grams of sugar or more per serving.
What to eat instead: Choose unflavored yogurts with less than 12 g of sugar per serving, Lewis says. Add some sweetness to it with some fresh cut fruits. Also, make sure you go Greek. Greek yogurt has about 2 times the protein and about half the sugar of regular yogurt.