If your looking for a healthy and filling snack or a sweet dessert that won't cost you too many syns, having yogurt is a great choice.
Activia peach yogurt in particular has 1/2 syns for 100g of the 0% fat version and 3 syns for an Activia Greek peach yoghurt, making them a great low syn snack if you are craving something sweet.
We have put together a short guide below which will take you through how many Activia peach yoghurts you can have on the SW diet, which yoghurts are syn free, and some other syn values of the Danone yogurt range, we will also list a few peach yoghurt alternatives from other brands below.
At only 0.5 syns for 100g and 3 syns for the Greek yogurt version, Activia peach yogurts are low in syns, you could have up to 5 pots of the Greek yoghurt version before exceeding your daily 15 syn a day allowance!
Zero fat yogurts are also great as you can top them with speed foods such as berries to make them sweeter without adding too many syns.
You might be confused to learn that zero percent Activia yogurts have syns, but this is due to the flavouring of the yogurts, plain zero percent fat Greek and natural yogurts are syn free, meaning you have to top them with your own sweeteners, giving your more control over the syn values.
Since there is a huge range of Danone Activia yogurts out there, it can be useful to know the syn values of them all before you go shopping next time.
We've listed out the other syn values of their whole flavours and styles below.
If you can't find Activia peach yogurts local to your, or you want something different which is low syns, we've listed a few peach yogurt alternatives below for a healthy high protein snack.
To conclude, there is no reason as to why you can't enjoy an Activia peach yogurt on the slimming world plan, these yogurts are low in syns plus high in protein and make an excellent alternative to other sweet treats. If you want to save even more syns we suggest opting for the zero fat version or natural yogurts with no flavouring.