Sorry, I didn't mean to write an essay!
I just find sometimes with all the carb hype around, people lose sight of what carbs really are. Practically everything gets broken down eventually into carbs, it just depends on how long that process takes.
I get Tamar ridge no fat plain yoghurt (ie. no flavouring - not entirely sure how they manage the no fat, but it's pretty darn good - I like it over most normal brands) If you don't like plain yoghurt you can flavour it yourself with a bit of honey (which is also sugar don't forget) or some banana or strawberries or something. Fruits still have sugars, but they tend to have less than added sugar and have the benefit of vitarils and minimums (as my bloke says) and fibre. And the beauty of that is you KNOW what is in it.
Oh and I double checked your food diary and some of your soft drinks are diet so are likely to contain an artificial sweetener like aspartame which have no calories at all and are not sugars. So you can forget about those. But check the nutrition label just to be sure
It may well be that if your percentage of carbs is high, it's just because you are not eating much of anything else rather than having too much carbs per se (remembering that % is how much that thing takes up of your overall diet, not a firm amount like grams)
35kg lost. (November 2005 - October 2006)
15kg gained again (as at October 2010).
Back to the drawing board - Let's do this thing!
"You can't change the winds, but you can change the sails"
"Reach out and take control of what lands in your lap"