Does non- fat yogurt have negative calories?
I have found that if food has about .5 calories per gram it has negative calories based on the negative calorie foods. I think this is right. Well I have found some yogurt with 90 calories per 170 grams, can this have negative calories? Also sugar free applesauce has 50 calories per 113 grams can it have negative calories? Thank you so much for your help!
I would think (based on your formula) that it would qualify as "negative." Please be careful about eating a lot of foods with artificial sweeteners, though. Aspartame in particular... and I think a yogurt with a calorie count of 90 per container will probably contain aspartame.
Hope this helps!
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