What is it? Actvia Yogurt. I know I posted early in all this about a label I found for my favorite yogurt (I am not a huge yogurt fan but do like them occasionally). In taking off the top lid/label part of the yogurt, I just ripped it off and put it aside. After two or three bites, I took off my glasses to read the label a bit clearer. This is what it said:
Nonfat yogurt with Fructose, Aspartame, Acesfulame Potassium, and Sucraclose. Now I am no expert on ingredients, but I do know anything that ends with -ose is a form of sugar. Asparteme is an artificial sweetener as well as the Acesfulame Potassium. This label also states less than 1/3 fewer calories than regular yogurt. So I was confused. If this was "healthy" for you what was their angle of "healthy".