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The Coconut Cult Yogurt

As we all know, most yogurts are typically great for us because of the probiotics in them, right?

Probiotics are basically living bacterias that are SUPER healthy for us, especially our gut and digestive system. They balance the good and bad bacterias that are already in our bodies and they help to keep our bodies working the way that they’re supposed to be. A lot of people are typically advised to take a probiotic after a period of having to take antibiotics, because the antibiotics kill the good bacteria in you gut and probiotics will replace them.

For those of us that do not eat dairy, imagine if there was a delicious vegan probiotic yogurt that was a digestive system godsend? Well, you happen to be in luck my friends. (Oh and the cherry on top…there is basically no sugar. For every 2 tablespoons of the Coconut Cult, there is only 1g of sugar. Unlike something like say Yoplait, has almost 6g for the same amount.)

The Coconut Cult, which is a nondairy probiotic coconut yogurt, has 800 BILLION highly active probiotics in it. Plus, a major difference between consuming probiotics like this versus in a pill, is that many probiotic supplements actually can’t survive our harsh stomach acid in order to even get to the intestines in the first place. Not only that, they state, “Most probiotic supplements are freeze-dried, which basically means they’re hibernating. We wake up the most powerful strains and ferment them into our coconuts. Our probiotics are super awake, powerful and ready to go to work.”

 

For a perfect snack or breakfast option try a bowl with:

  • A few scoops of Coconut Cult yogurt.
  • Freshly cut strawberries (for those in Santa Barbara Harry’s Berries…you’re welcome).
  • A dash of cinnamon.
  • A drizzle of honey.
  • A sprinkle of dried coconut flakes.

                                                                                      

Santa Barbara locals can find this jar of bliss at Kotuku Juice Bar (inside of Divinitree Yoga) and Lazy Acres Market.

 

Your taste buds and tummy will thank you!

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