How Many Syns In Activia Rhubarb Yogurt?

Updated on 
1 December, 2021

Do Activia Rhubarb Yogurts Have A Lot Of Syns?

Yoghurts are a healthy high protein snack to have on the slimming world plan and can help to satisfy a sweet craving without your compromising your diet.

Activia Rhubarb yogurts in particular have 4 syns per pot, making them an average syn value yoghurt to have as a treat now and then.

In our article below, we will discuss whether or not you can eat Activia yogurts on the slimming world plan, which yogurts are syn free, some other syn values of Danone yogurts and a few lower syn alternatives.

Should I Eat Activia Rhubarb Yogurts On The Slimming World Diet?

If your daily syn allowance is 15 on the slimming world plan, then you should be careful about how many rhubarb Activia yogurts you are having, just three often could take you up to 12 syns for the day which is pretty high.

As long as your syn allowance allows, however, there is nothing wrong with having one of these yoghurts for a sweet treat now and then. They are quite high in syns due to the rhubarb flavouring which adds excess sugar to the yogurt.

Which Yogurts Are Syn Free?

Some yogurts are indeed syn free on the slimming world plan, these yogurts have to be zero % fat and unflavoured, either plain Greek or plain natural style yogurt. When buying these syn free types you can add your flavourings to have more control over the syns, this could be toppings such as sweetener or berries for example.

Danone Yogurt Syn Values

Activia yoghurts come under the Danone brand which has a huge range of other flavours for snacking on, we have listed out the syn values for the rest of their range down below.

  • Danone Activia 125g zero fat cherry flavour - 1/2 a syn.
  • Activia Yogurt Blueberry - 4 syns.
  • Danone Activia 0% 100g raspberry flavour - 1/2 a syn.
  • Danone Activia 0% 100g strawberry flavour - 1/2 a syn.
  • Danone Activia 0% 125g blueberry flavour - 1/2 syn.
  • Danone light Greek-style yoghurt strawberry 115g - 1 syn.
  • Activia Yogurt Rhubarb - 4 syns.
  • Danone light Greek-style yoghurt raspberry drizzle 115g - 1 syn.
  • Danone light Greek yoghurt cherry charmer - 1 syn.
  • Danone Activia intense cherry yoghurt Greek style - 3 syns.
  • Danone Activia 0% 100g peach flavour - 1/2 a syn.
  • Danone Activia 0% 100g vanilla flavour - 1/2 a syn.
  • Activia Fruit Fusion Yogurt Prune 125g
  • Activia Yogurt Cherry - 4 syns.
  • Activia Yogurt Mango - 4 syns.
  • Activia Yogurt Strawberry - 4 syns.
  • Danone Activia intense Greek style strawberry yoghurt - 3.5 syns.
  • Danone Activia intense Greek-style vanilla yoghurt - 3 syns.
  • Danone light Greek yoghurt blueberry burst – 1/2 syn.
  • Danone Activia intense peach yoghurt Greek style - 3 syns

Low Syn Alternatives To Activia Rhubarb Yogurts

Danone Activia yogurts are not the only type of low syn yogurts you can find in a supermarket, we've listed out a few alternatives you can find which won't cost you too many syns.

  • Arla Skyr peach and raspberry yoghurt - 1.5 syns.
  • Lidl Milbona smooth toffee fat-free yoghurt - 1 syn.
  • Lidl Milbona light fat-free vanilla yoghurt - 1.5 syns.
  • Tesco lemon and blueberry Greek-style frozen yoghurt - 4.5 syns for 100ml.
  • Brooklea fat-free yoghurt, passion and peach - 1.5 syns.
  • Arla Skyr pear, apple and cinnamon yoghurt - 1.5 syns.
  • Alpro soya passion fruit yoghurt - 1.5 syns.
  • Alpro soya strawberry and raspberry yoghurt - 1.5 syns.
  • Alpro soya pineapple and passionfruit yoghurt - 2 syns.
  • Alpro soya yoghurt plain with almond 100g - 0.5 syns.
  • Fage Total 0%fat greek yoghurt with blueberry - 2.5 syns.
  • Brooklea fat-free yoghurt, strawberry - 1.5 syns.
  • Onken blueberry light and fruity yoghurt - 1.5 syns.

Last Words

To conclude, Activia rhubarbs are not too high in syns coming at around 4 syns a pot, this means you can have them as the occasional sweet treat without any guilt as long as your syns allow. If you want yogurts lower in syns try picking zero % fat versions instead.

Jennifer is a certified nutritionist and weight loss coach with a Master's in Nutrition from Cambridge. With over 10 years experience, she shares healthy recipes and science-backed slimming tips on SheCooksSheEats to help people reach their wellness goals. Jennifer stays up-to-date by regularly attending conferences and continuing her nutrition education. She aims to provide research-backed advice to inspire balanced, happy living.
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