"I haven't heard of this. Have you read all the ingredients in the yogurt? Maybe there is a trigger ingredient that is affecting your body and your blood sugar? I have found a yogurt made by Kroger (I find it at my local Gerbes grocery store,…"
"First off we are most Insulin resistant in the morning so try eating it at another time of day. Also most yogurt is low fat. I find the higher fat I eat the lower my bg. You can stir some heavy cream, sour cream, whipped cream cheese or melted…"
"I'm like you, I don't like the full fat feeling I get, but I do find that fat free plain Greek Yogurt (I usually get whatever is on sale at store) and add some fruit to it and maybe a little bit of stevia or sweetener of some kind works…"
"Samantha - I have the same problem! I favorite is also Chobani Greek Yogurt, and I too pretty much always have blood sugar spikes afterwards. I usually get the fat-free with fruit so apparently I'm getting the worst kind possible. Ha. I will…"
"I do best with plain, full fat yogurt. The higher the fat, the less carbs there are because of the fat/lactose ratio. In fact I always mix the yogurt half and half with full fat sour cream to lower the carb content even more.
I have been using…"
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