Yogurt manufacturers make yogurt by fermenting milk with specific bacteria. The fermentation process converts much of the lactose in the milk into lactic acid. Yogurt is therefore low in lactose and suitable for people with moderate lactose intolerance. Onken is a brand of yogurt and other products owned by Dr. Oetker, a grocery retailer based in Germany.
This nutritional information applies specifically Onken brand natural yogurt. The brand does not significantly affect the nutritional content of yogurt, so this information generally applies to other brands of yogurt as well. The serving size is 100g, or about 3.5 oz.
A serving of Onken yogurt has approximately 71 total calories, according to MyFitnessPal.com. Fat accounts for 36 calories, carbohydrates provide 19 calories and protein contributes the remaining 16 calories. Onken yogurt provides about 3.5 percent of the daily value for total calories based on a diet of 2,000 calories per day.
Onken yogurt contains 6g of carbohydrates per serving. This carbohydrate total consists entirely of simple sugars, as Onken yogurt contains no starch or dietary fiber. The carbohydrates in a serving of Onken yogurt provide 2 percent of the daily value for carbohydrates. A serving of Onken yogurt also contains 4g of protein, or about 8 percent of the daily value for protein.
A serving of Onken yogurt contains 4g of fat, which is about 6 percent of the daily value for fats. Saturated fats account for 3g of this total, or 15 percent of the daily value for saturated fat. Onken yogurt does not contain cholesterol.
Onken yogurt has about 18mg of calcium per serving, or 18 percent of the daily value for calcium. Onken yogurt contains no vitamin A, vitamin C, iron, potassium or sodium.