Protein yogurts make a great low-calorie filling snack, but since these Alpro high protein yogurts have flavouring and fat in them, they do have syns which need to be tracked.
Most of Alpro high protein range are their Greek-style yoghurt which has 6 syns per pot, they do however have a larger pot range too with varying syns.
In our guide below we will cover the other syn values of the Alpro high protein yogurt range as well as some low syn alternatives which are high in protein.
At 6 syns per pot Alpro high protein yogurts should be had in moderation on the slimming world plan as they take up nearly half of your 15 syn a day allowance. They are nowhere near as bad as indulging in a cake, but they do have sugar due to their flavouring and extra calories because of the fat content in Greek yogurt.
If you are looking for a healthy and filling snack however these Alpro yogurts would be a good choice to keep you satisfied till your next meal because of the high protein content.
Since there are a few different types of high protein yogurts from Alpro and other yogurts in their range we will list the rest of their syn values down below to help you choose the best for you.
Alpro is not the only brand of high protein yogurts on the market, there are others that are also low in syns and make a filling healthy snack.
We’ve listed them down below for your next grocery shop.
To conclude, Alpro high protein yogurt might set you back 6 syns but is still a filling healthy snack and can be had in moderation with the SW plan as long as you do not exceed your syn allowance. Most high protein yoghurts are often quite high in syns as they are flavoured and Greek which contributes to higher fat and sugar content.
We suggest always choosing a plain high protein yoghurt and adding your sweetener if you want to save on syns or choosing a zero 0% fat plain yogurt as these are mostly syn free on the slimming world plan.