All Frozen Yogurts Are Not Created Equal
Take a look around and you’ll find find most yogurt shops across the country use either high fructose corn syrup (HFCS) or sucrose (table or cane sugar). All of these sweeteners provide a sugar spike that is high on the Glycemic Index Chart (see Crytsalline Fructose, “The Low Glycemic Choice”)
With changing lifestyles and tastes, alternates to sugar and high fructose corn syrup (HFCS), are emerging as viable choices in today’s marketplace.
Newberry’s, which is made with crystalline fructose, has a low glycemic index (20) and very low lactose (only 1 gram per serving). Because of the unique metabolic qualities of crystalline fructose, many people with sugar related problems can enjoy Newberry’s frozen yogurt. (If you are sugar sensitive, check with your physician to see if you can eat crystalline fructose). Who says you can’t make frozen yogurt taste good and be health conscious at the same time?