What food group is low fat yogurt in?
How can you get the daily number of servings from the milk yogurt and cheese group but avoid the fats?
Yogurt Yogurt, like most dairy products now, contains a various amounts of fat. There is non-fat (0% fat), low-fat (usually 2% fat) and plain or whole milk yogurt (4% fat). Yogurt is made by fermenting a milk with bacteria (a lactobacillus and a streptococcus species). These bacteria are happy to oblige in helping make the yogurt and are not dangerous to humans - in fact, it can aid with digestion. 4 ounces whole milk yogurt…
There are a lot of types of yogurts based on flavor, fat content, sugar content, brand and method of production. In terms of flavor, they can come in a variety of fruit flavors. Yogurt can be full fat, low fat or nonfat. It can have full sugar or no sugar. There is "regular" yogurt and Greek style yogurt, depending on how the yogurt is strained.
fungi group who ever but the above answer did not read the question! it asks what FOOD group fungi is not a food group. According to the USDA Mushroom (while in biological matters are categorized as fungi) are in the vegetable group. they are low in protein and fat and high in water. So the real answer is VEGETABLE GROUP!