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Posted 13th FebEdited by:"dealdelver"

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Strictly for lovers of Total Greek yoghurt. 500g tub £2 Yes, lots of cheaper supermarket brand Greek yoghurt, but Total is deemed to be the best you can buy.
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I personally don't see diffrence bewteen supermarket brands, Lidls is £1.40

I usually have Greek style during the week, I have it with honey and some granola type cereal, so not worth the extra creaminess/cost for that, if I was not tight I would be using greek so good!
Sorry, who deems it best you can buy?! Yoghurt afficionado magazine?
Its a superb product,tastes great with a fantastic nutritional profile......but its also far too expensive.Similar products,such as Arla Skyr,and even Morrisons own brand,are far better value.
I actually prefer this over the other supermarket brands, personally, if I am having this on its own. However, once you have mixed in the fruits, dark chocolate or whatever else, you can't really tell the difference. I go through a 500g pot every 2 days so definitely worth going for the cheaper band, like Lidl.

Still cheapest I have seen for this brand. Have some heat anyway.
0% Fat, but 5% Sugar
I did say it was strictly for Total lovers.
Low fat diets are mostly a complete waste of time.

Intermittent fasting and a lower carb diet is a much better strategy for health and weight loss. I eat plenty of fat. 8 kgs lost since the start of Nov. Off to the Alps in June cycling.....bring on the hills!

Lookup Dr Jason Fung or Dr Eric Berg on YT.
Gumbon13/02/2020 19:45

I personally don't see diffrence bewteen supermarket brands, Lidls is …I personally don't see diffrence bewteen supermarket brands, Lidls is £1.40I usually have Greek style during the week, I have it with honey and some granola type cereal, so not worth the extra creaminess/cost for that, if I was not tight I would be using greek so good!


I used to go for the cheaper, I now stick to buying this when it's on offer. Check out the nutritional value. Lidl has twice the amount of fat (10%)and half the protein value.
bisoner13/02/2020 22:44

Low fat diets are mostly a complete waste of time.Intermittent fasting and …Low fat diets are mostly a complete waste of time.Intermittent fasting and a lower carb diet is a much better strategy for health and weight loss. I eat plenty of fat. 8 kgs lost since the start of Nov. Off to the Alps in June cycling.....bring on the hills!Lookup Dr Jason Fung or Dr Eric Berg on YT.


I'm opposite to you, high protein, high carb and low/median fat diet with intermittent fasting training in mornings, works a treat too! At the end of the day it's all to do with energy balance so as long as you in a deficit or surplus ...you'll get the result you want.

Went a bit off topic here but heat anyways haha 🏼
Only buy yogurt with live bacteria in it.

Used to buy Lidl greek yogurt and now switched to Sainsbury's greek yogurt 1kg pack for £1.80

Other good brands are Onken and Yeo Valley but slightly more expensive.
HellriderUKDeals6914/02/2020 07:20

Only buy yogurt with live bacteria in it.Used to buy Lidl greek yogurt and …Only buy yogurt with live bacteria in it.Used to buy Lidl greek yogurt and now switched to Sainsbury's greek yogurt 1kg pack for £1.80Other good brands are Onken and Yeo Valley but slightly more expensive.


Yoghurt & Greek yoghurt are very different, for one the latter has more protein, and is thicker and creamier. Sainsbury's, I assume you mean the Greek style yoghurt, has less than half the protein, and has nearly double the fat & sugar of Total. I completely understand people going for cheap supermarket brands,and nothing wrong with that if you're main interest is in that it has the same taste and consistency. .Though if the nutritional value is important in your diet, then they wouldn't fair well. I guess its you get what you pay for.
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