I do eat sugar in fruit and vegetables, and carbs in them and in rice and pulse unlike my more obsessive anti-carb friends. But I don't buy fruit yoghurt, for example, as it almost always has added sugar as well as the fruit. My yoghurt of choice is plain Greek yoghurt (i.e. strained yoghurt) and I add my own fresh and dried and frozen fruit as well as nuts to it. Once I used to strain my own yoghurt, but nowadays there are many varieties available and buying it already strained means that what to do with the whey is someone else's problem.
This is the breakfast I had today to start a 41c day and to keep me company while I struggled with the use of a seemingly forever elusive and elastic Greek verb. Coffee was, of course, also needed as well as cat. I await the verdict of my teacher on my imperfect understanding of the verb, but my breakfast was yummy.
3 heaped soupspoons strained yoghurt
2 dried figs
35 gr pomegranate seeds
Chop the apple roughly and place in breakfast bowl
Sprinkle with cinnamon
Roughly chop the figs and place in bowl
Add almonds and pomegranate seeds
Top off with the yoghurt