Nutritional Information

Ice cream and frozen yogurt are both frozen treats made from dairy, but there is a significant difference that sets them apart. In order for a frozen treat to be legally labeled as ice cream, it must contain at least 10 percent milkfat. This requirement is usually met through the addition of cream, and premium ice cream can contain as much as 16 percent milkfat. Frozen yogurt is not made with cream and does not have a fat requirement. Instead it is made with cultured milk such as yogurt though probiotics do not survive the freezing temperatures.

There are many nutritional advantages to frozen yogurt including:

           - Helps regulate digestive function or Helps maintain a
              healthy digestive tract
           - Increased digestibility for individuals with lactose intolerance

Boosts your immunity
           - Yogurt's probiotic content helps boost your body's
                natural defenses

Good for your bones
           - Good source of calcium: Adequate calcium as part of a
             healthful diet may reduce the risk of osteoporosis

Promote a healthy lifestyle
           - Low Cholesterol: With less saturated fat than ice cream,
             yogurt helps reduce your overall cholesterol
           - Low Sodium: Although sodium provides an important
             mineral to the human, you should consume it in moderation.
           - Good source of protein and potassium



  1. Soft Serve Frozen Yogurt
  2. Smoothies
  3. Waffles
  4. Beverage
  5. Fruits & Fruit Bowls
  6. Salads


  1. Oatmeal
  2. Cereal
  3. Pancakes
  4. Tea
  5. Coffee













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Facts Source:

                              Spice Isle Frozen Yogurt
                              Excel Plaza # 6
                              Grand Anse, St. George's, Grenada