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By Sonia E Russell


Candice and Sonia have researched and tested the NON-FAT Fage Greek Yogurt - 0% - as a stall breaker in (P2) with our dieters. We do not recommend full fat or 2 %, although many dieters will drop pounds the following day, we have observed the weight will often times creep back on over the next consecutive days. This has not occurred with the use of non-fat 0 percent Fage yogurt. This may be primarily due to the very high fat content in the full fat version. Our dieters have reported excellent results with the 0% non fat version. We have approved the following brands: (Fage, All Natural Brown Cow, and Dannon Oikos) are approved, but please still check your labels for high protein, low carb/sugar,and zero fat..... PLAIN ONLY 0% NON-FAT GREEK YOGURT.


Phase 2 Directions: Buy #1 16 oz. tub of approved 0% NON FAT PLAIN Greek Yogurt, divide into 4 oz. servings and add 2 oz. of fresh berries per serving (strawberries or raspberries). Eat the 4 servings through out the day. Continue drinking your regular daily fluids.


*Depending on the brand chosen, please ensure your total caloric intake is above 500 calories. If not, add 1 extra oz per serving of yogurt.


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