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Stonyfield Activia

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If you’ve been in the blog world for a hot minute, you’ve noticed that most healthy living bloggers are huge fans of greek yogurt…I for one, consider myself to be one of those people.  Stonyfield’s version, Oikos can be found in my refrigerator almost all the time, making a quick and convenient, easily packable snack for work or school. 

Recently, the company contacted me about an exciting new product that they’ve decided to add to their line called Stonyfield Activia.  It is packed with an  exclusive probiotic culture called Bifidus Regularis® (Bifidobacterium lactis DN-173 010).  According to Stonyfield, “clinical studies show that Bifidus Regularis – an exclusive type of probiotic found only in Activia – survives passage through the digestive system and arrives in the gut, which is where Activia provides its benefit. Activia can help naturally regulate your digestive system when eaten daily for two weeks as part of a healthy lifestyle and balanced diet.”

Like all of Stonyfield’s other yogurts, Activia is made with organic milk, which seperates it from the Dannon version, supporting 180,000 farm acres free of toxic, persistent pesticides and other agricultural chemicals.

Just as the other Stonyfield yogurts, Activia is a great source of calcium, providing 20% of your daily value, and protein, providing 10% of your daily value. 

These little yogurt cups can be found in both Strawberry and Vanilla flavors, one as equally creamy & delicious as the other and are just 90 calories a pop.

Check out the 240 mg of potassium!  Stonyfield is just showing off now 😉

Check them out! 


2 responses »

  1. I love that they are using organic milk!! ❤

  2. these look great! i totally turned my mom onto activia for the probiotics but then stopped eating it myself b/c of the low protein content. i might just switch back now!


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