We like to think that when you’ve found the right yogurt for you, you’ll know it in your gut.
All yogurts start off with the same two live active cultures, Lactobacillus bulgaricus and Streptococcus thermophilus, which help with healthy digestion and give yogurt its creamy texture and tangy taste. But that’s often where the similarities end. In addition to the starter cultures, we add up to four probiotic cultures to our yogurts.
Regularly eating yogurt to replenish these beneficial cultures in your system can help create a healthier environment for digestion. And because the live cultures in yogurt break down most of the milk's lactose into lactic acid, people who can't easily tolerate lactose may be able to enjoy yogurt with live active cultures and get milk's nutritional benefits with fewer digestive problems.