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Old 07-14-2005, 01:21 AM   #1
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Question Dannon Light and Fit Vanilla Yogurt phase #1???

Am I allowed to have this on phase #1?
I thought I could but then I just read only plain and mine says Vanilla.

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Old 07-14-2005, 06:04 AM   #2
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Hey Kim,

I was told by other SB'ers that you shouldn't have it in phase 1 and only sparingly in phase 2.
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Question about yogurt on Phase I...

Here's a post about that from last year.

I think it's the fruit flavored ones that should be eaten sparingly, the vanilla one is ok for phase 1.

Ruth or Ellis will correct me if I'm wrong when they get on today.

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Thanks! Hope its ok bc its been what I have been having!!
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Old 07-14-2005, 10:06 AM   #5
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I used the FF plain yogurt and added some vanilla extract and equal to it. Tasted like the vanilla. I also tried it with lemon extract and it had a nasty aftertaste. Maybe just a little lemon juice would work better. That seemed to me to be P1 legal.
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Check out this: http://www.southbeachdiet.com/public...tes.asp?id=001

This is the list of updates from the official paid site but you can get to the updates without paying.

It says:
March 22, 2004:
Some New South Beach Diet™ Clarifications

The South Beach Diet™ (SBD) continues to evolve as new nutritional studies and information come out. Recently, the results of new studies have shown that some of the "foods to avoid" may not be as bad for us as the original studies on glycemic index demonstrated. There are also some new, exciting studies about the role calcium plays in weight loss. The end result is that you can continue to enjoy all of the foods recommended for the SBD — as well as adding back in a few of your favorites! Here are the major changes:

Milk
Old Version:
Avoid all dairy in Phase 1, except for less than 2 tablespoons fat-free 1/2 and 1/2, nonfat milk, 1 percent milk, or soy milk allowed with coffee.

New Version:
Phase 1:
Now includes 1 percent or fat-free milk, low-fat plain soy milk (4 grams of fat or less per serving), 1 percent or fat-free buttermilk, and fat-free plain yogurt on the Phase 1 "foods to enjoy" list. Limit dairy to 2 servings a day. Note: Feel free to flavor your fat-free plain yogurt like a ricotta creme.

Phase 2:
May introduce artificially sweetened nonfat flavored yogurt, but limit this variety to 4 ounces daily. Note: Since the SBD is still low in saturated fat, high-fat whole milk products will remain on the "foods to avoid" lists for all Phases.

Tomatoes
Old Version:
Limited to one whole tomato or 10 cherry tomatoes per meal in all Phases.

New Version:
Not limited in any Phase.

Onions
Old Version:
Limited to 1/2 per day in all Phases.

New Version:
Not limited in any Phase.

Carrots
Old Version:
Avoid carrots in Phase 1 and 2; allowed in moderation in Phase 3.

New Version:
Allowed, starting in Phase 2.

Jicama:
Allowed, starting in any Phase.

Chayote:
Allowed, starting in any Phase.

Lean Pastrami:
Allowed, starting in any Phase.
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Here is some more info.

November 15, 2004:
Some New South Beach Diet™ Clarifications

For our latest round of updates to the diet, you'll see that some of the changes are really clarifications of existing guidelines. We hope this helps make the plan even easier to follow.

Artificial Sweeteners
Because it's not FDA-approved, we've removed stevia from the Foods to Enjoy and Avoid list (all Phases).

Meat Alternatives/Soy
We've updated the guidelines on soy products. The old version used to recommend products with 3 grams of fat or less per 2-3 ounce serving. You may now enjoy products with 6 grams of fat per 2-3 ounce serving.

Milk/Dairy
We've updated the daily serving of milk/dairy (including yogurt) from 2 cups to 2-3 cups (Phases 2 and 3).

Vegetables
Fennel has been added to the Phase 1 Foods to Enjoy list.
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Old 07-14-2005, 10:59 AM   #8
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I can't find Aguve on the artificial sweetners list, anyone know?

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Hum the only reason I said it wasen't allowed is because when I was a member on the official sbd site that question came up and we were told not to eat it. (specificly the dannon fit and lite vanillia)
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So, they are suggesting stay away from it mostly in even phase 2? Did they mention why? Too much of the strange thickeners and such maybe?

The paid site is always the ultimate answer for questions like this. We can give our opinions but that's all they are. I had remembered we had spoke about it several times on list and it tended to be an ok thing.

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Old 07-15-2005, 01:18 PM   #11
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I think it was mostly because of the artificial stuff in it. We were talking about it for phase one and that was a strict no. For phase 2 it was "ok" whatever that means. Probably just in a limited amounts.
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