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Yoghurt

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What type of yoghurt is best as a treat? Thanks

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I think any low sugar low fat ones?

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I go for low fat low sugar natural organic yoghurt but give it very rare x

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Natural greek yoghurt or natural live yoghurt is best.

 

They have no sugar or flavourings and the probiotics in the live yoghurt can be good for them.

 

I avoid anything that says low fat or low sugar as sometimes they have other hidden nasties in them.

Mine love some organic muesli mixed with a spoonful of natural yoghurt - they get it at the weekend as a treat :-)

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Sorry, I was wrong about the low sugar thing then. Good point there!

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Like Lesley said the organic ones are best, the low fat/sugar ones do have other things in that are not that good for our birdies so are best avoided :)

 

Julie

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Tried mine with it with no success, they only seem to like things they can pick up  :dntknw:

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I've not ever thought about giving yoghurt, I just assumed as they can not tolerate lactose / milk / dairy that yoghurt was a no no?

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There's lots of lactose free products about that they can have. Mine have cheese, porridge and yogurt all lactose free.

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I think it`s just harder for them to digest lactose, though okay in smaller amounts?

 

Ours like strawberry mousse just a few times a year

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I will have to try some yoghurt next time i'm in Tesco. Problem is I do have reading glasses and 9 times out of 10 I forget them when I go out. Then the ingredient labels on various foods is so small its impossible to read. Does anyone have a brand that I can look for?

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well done Lesly low suger dose not mean no suger and additives can be bad.  Keep as natrual as possible is the best way

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