Frozen yogurt does have some positive nutritional factors, especially relative to ice cream, but its overall health value is mixed. Most frozen yogurts are either nonfat or low fat, though they have a relatively high calorie count at 30 to 35 calories per ounce.
One positive with frozen yogurt is that it naturally contains probiotics, which support the immune system and digestion. However, in some cases, the probiotics don't reach the digestive tract. One way to enhance the value and flavor of frozen yogurt is to mix in fruit. A person should avoid high-calorie toppings, such as granola and dried cranberry, for optimal nutrition.