Greek Yogurt Nutritional Guide
Greek Gods Yogurt:
4 ounce serving
11 grams of fat
4 grams of protein
5 grams of sugar
0 grams fiber
Fage, 4 ounce serving
11.5 grams of fat
7.5 grams of protein
3.5 grams of sugar
0 grams fiber
Protein: Oikos plain Greek yogurt is low in carbohydrates and fat, it is rich in protein. Oikos notes each
5.3 oz serving provides 15 g of protein, which is 30 percent of the daily recommended intake.
Carbs: Oikos plain Greek yogurt is low in carbohydrates, according to the brand's official website. Each
5.3 oz serving contains 6 g of carbohydrates, with 6 g coming from sugar, and none coming from fiber.
Fat: Oikos notes that its plain Greek yogurt contains no fat.
Summary: For Oikos, a 5.3 oz, or 150 g, serving of Oikos plain Greek yogurt contains 80 calories. If you
base your diet on the daily recommended calorie intake of 2,000, then one serving of Oikos Greek
yogurt comprises just four percent of your daily calories.
Voskos yogurt is all natural, fat free, and high in protein (the blueberry flavor has 13 grams of protein;
the others don’t vary much at all in protein content). The blueberry flavor is 120 calories, 0 grams of fat,
and 0 grams of fiber.
Chobani (Vanilla) 6 ounces:
Calories – 120; Total Fat – 0g; Saturated Fat – 0g; Cholesterol – 0g; Sodium – 65 mg (much less than 3%
of the Daily Recommended Value for adult males!) The Nonfat and Lowfat yogurts have 13 g of protein
and 7 to 20 g of carbohydrates, while the Chobani Champions yogurt has 8 g of protein and 12 to g of
carbohydrates per serving. Chobani Plain Nonfat and Lowfat Greek Yogurt have 20 percent of the daily
value for calcium. The flavored varieties have 15 percent, and each serving of Chobani Champions has 10
percent of the daily value.