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Tutti Frutti Yogurt Calories

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author image Ann Jamerson
Ann Jamerson began writing ads and informational brochures for research trials in 2003 during an internship at an alcohol and drug research center. She assisted in writing and editing manuscripts concerning the breast cancer genes and psychosocial effects on affected patients. She received her Bachelor of Science in biology from the University of California, San Diego and is currently attending nursing school.
Tutti Frutti Yogurt Calories
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Tutti Frutti frozen yogurt has many of the same nutritious benefits of traditional yogurt, with more than 40 flavors to choose from. Despite frozen yogurt being a healthier alternative to most ice creams, it should not completely replace traditional yogurt in your diet.

Calories

The calorie content of Tutti Frutti frozen yogurt varies from 90 to 160 calories per 1/2-cup serving, depending on the flavor. Most of these calories come from the yogurt’s sugar content.

Nutrition

The cappuccino, cookies ‘n cream and peanut butter flavors contain 3 to 7 g of fat; all other flavors are fat-free. Each serving has 6 to 21 g sugar and 3 to 4 g protein. All flavors are sources of vitamin C and calcium.

Health Benefits

Tutti Frutti frozen yogurt is certified to contain live and active cultures. These cultures, also called probiotics, are believed to strengthen the immune system and reduce the occurrence of constipation and other gastrointestinal issues.

Tips

The National Institutes of Health list low-fat frozen yogurt as a food that you can enjoy relatively often. To keep calories and fat low, choose fresh fruit toppings instead of candy or syrup. Also, try to practice portion control and order mini or small sizes.

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