is yogurt fattening

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Gen. Sulhazan Staff asked 9 months ago

please is eating yoghurt at night fattening

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Mark Moon answered 9 months ago

So you may be wondering whether doing so could add a few inches to your waist. The quick and simple answer is that it depends on the type of yogurt that you eat.

Some varieties can help you lose weight, whereas others might cause weight gain.
Yogurt can be made from different types of milk such as whole milk and skimmed milk.

When it comes to weight management, the first thing you should consider is calories.

A calorie is a unit of energy and all foods contain them, in varying amounts.

For example nuts such as almonds are high in calories because they contain a lot of fat, which is very calorie dense. Vegetables such as spinach on the other hand are low in calories because they contain a lot of water, which has 0 calories.

The main thing to monitor is the number of calories you are consuming versus the number of calories you are expending.

In order to lose weight, you need to be consuming fewer calories than you are using up. Doing so will cause your body to use its fat stores as a source of energy. The opposite is also true.

If you consume more calories than you burn, you will gain weight.

Everyone is different and so the number of calories you should be consuming might be much more or much less than a friend.

The number of calories you need depends on your current weight, height, age, gender and activity levels.

hope you are a bit clear as to whether yoghurt can make you fat or not

Mark Moon answered 9 months ago

It all depends on your calorie needs and the other things you took in during the day.

The Calories per serving are printed on the nutrition facts panel of the food or snack pack, either sachet or carton.

Various components in the yogurt contribute to the overall calorie level and can result in significant increase or decrease in calorie content.
The important thing you should do is take note of your calorie need.

so don’t go about with the same questions like will I get fat if I take yoghurt? or does yoghurt make me fat?
hope I’ve answered your question