Long weekends are the perfect time to hit the froyo stand, but what about your diet? Well if you’re in the vicinity of Wakaberry – here’s your best choice off the menu…
Per 100ml: 455kJ, 3.5g protein, 2.2g fat, 18.4g carbs, 0.2g fibre, 99mg sodium, 17.1g sugar
Per 100ml: 298kJ, 0.7g protein, 0.04g fat, 17g carbs, 0g fibre, 32.1mg sodium, 16.3g sugar
NAS (NO ADDED SUGAR) FROYO
Per 100ml: 361kJ, 4.1g protein, 4.26g fat, 8g carbs, 0.3g fibre, 53.3mg sodium, 6.1g sugar
The sorbet has the lowest fat and energy, but has the most added sugar and no protein; the NAS has no added sugar and the most protein and fat – but this can help keep your blood-sugar levels stable over time, preventing that lethargic sugar crash. Your takeaway? Froyos are treats and are, by definition, indulgent tubs of joy. But you can (and should!) have your froyo and eat it – just make sure your portion size is under control.