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Nestlé Diet yoghurt

Stay strong at snack time with Nestlé Diet yoghurt.

• No fat*
• Less than 1% added sugar
• Source of protein
• Low GI
• Source of calcium
• Creamy taste
• No more than 79 calories per serve
• The only yoghurt accredited by Weight Watchers

Staying strong at snacktime.


When trying to manage their weight, many people make good choices at mealtimes, but it’s their snacks that let them down. Choosing snacks that are high in protein and low GI can help with managing temptation and assists with satiety, which helps you feel fuller for longer. Nestlé Diet yoghurt is the ideal snack, because it not only has a low GI and is high in protein but it has no fat,* less than 1% added sugar, and it’s the only yoghurt accredited by Weight Watchers.

The benefits of low-fat dairy.


Dairy foods are naturally creamy and may be perceived as high in fat, so many people cut them out when trying to watch their weight. However, when you cut out dairy, you miss out on all the great nutritional benefits, especially calcium and protein. Low-fat dairy foods such as Nestlé Diet yoghurt are a great way to take advantage of a moderate calorie snack with protein and calcium which is perfectly protein controlled for those managing their weight.

Protein: the satisfying choice.


Studies suggest that protein may be more satiating and filling both at meals and in between meals, than carbohydrate and fat 1,2. As a result, protein may help decrease the amount of food consumed at subsequent snack and meal times and assist with reducing calorie intake 3,4,5,6. Nestlé Diet yoghurt contains a minimum of 8.6g of protein per serve, making it a great choice to help tame cravings between meals. As a low GI snack with no fat* and source of protein, Nestlé Diet yoghurt really can help people watching their weight stay strong at snack time.

1. National Health & Medical Research Council. (2003) Clinical practice guidelines for the management of overweight and obesity in adults. 2 .W esterterp-Plantenga et al., (2005) Protein intake and body-weight regulation. Appetite 45, 187-90. 3. Skov et al., (1999) Randomized trail on protein vs carbohydrate in ad libitum fat reduced diet for the treatment of obesity. Int J Obesity 23, 528-36. 4. McAuley et al., (2005) Comparison of high-fat and high-protein diets with a high-carbohydrate diet in insulin-resistant obese women. Diabetolgia 48, 8-16. 5. Layman et al., (2005) Dietary protein and exercise have additive effects on body composition during weight loss in adult women. J Nutr 135, 1903-10. 6. Foster et al., (2003) A randomised trail of a low-carbohydrate diet for obesity. N Engl J Med 348, 2082-90.

Weight Watchers on foods and beverages is the registered trademark of WW Foods, LLC and is used under license by Fonterra Brands Australia. Weight Watchers for services and POINTS are registered trademarks of Weight Watchers International, Inc and are used under license by Fonterra Brands Australia. ©2010 Weight Watchers International, Inc. All rights reserved. *Contains less than 0.15g fat, total per 100g.

 
 

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