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How much protein is in that yoghurt?

Eating yoghurt is a great way to spread your protein intake throughout the day. We compared products to see which contains the most protein.

There’s only a little protein in coconut yoghurts. Soy yoghurts have a bit more, but dairy yoghurt has the most. Greek-style yoghurts have been strained and are the highest in protein.

Serving sizes vary so we’ve compared 130g of yoghurt (about 1/2 cup) to one size 6 egg, which contains 6.7g protein. But remember to check the serving size as you may be eating more, or less, than that.

(Products listed in order from lowest to highest protein content)

Cathedral Cove Naturals Coconut Yoghurt with Raspberry and Chia

2.9g protein in 130g
= 0.4 of an egg

Raglan Coconut Yoghurt Natural Greek-style

3.1g protein in 130g
= 0.5 of an egg

The Collective Great Dairy Kefir Unsweetened Coconut Pourable Yoghurt

4.3g protein in 130g
= 0.6 of an egg

Gopala Natural Yoghurt Low Fat

4.7g protein in 130g serve
= 0.7 of an egg

Kingland Healthy Living Dairy Free Yoghurt Mango & Peach

4.9g protein in 130g
= 0.7 of an egg

Yoplait 97% Fat Free Blueberry Yoghurt

5.2g protein in 130g
= 0.8 of an egg

Fresh ‘n Fruity Rhubarb ‘n Custard

5.3g protein in 130g
= 0.8 of an egg

Anchor Uno Smooth Strawberry

5.7g protein in 130g
= 0.9 of an egg

Fresh ‘n Fruity Simply Strawberry

6.5g protein in 130g
= 1 egg

Fresh ‘n Fruity Greek Style Lite Low Fat Natural Yoghurt

7.8g protein in 130g
= 1.2 eggs

Anchor Protein+ Plain Yoghurt Unsweetened

10.7g protein in 130g
= 1.6 eggs

Yoplait Greek Style Yoghurt 2 x Protein

12.1g protein in 130g
= 1.8 eggs

Date modified: 17 January 2018
First published: Feb 2018


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