Product Review: Siggi’s Plant-Based Coconut Blend

[1]If you avoid yogurt[2] because you can’t eat dairy products, you might feel like you’re missing out. Never fear, Siggi’s is here!

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Siggi’s is known for their creamy, delicious skyr[4], the traditional yogurt of Iceland. Now there’s a new addition to the family: Siggi’s Plant-Based Coconut Blend, which is a nondairy product made from coconut, macadamia and pea protein. Each 5.3-ounce serving contains three times more protein (10 grams) and 40% less sugar than other leading nondairy yogurt brands. Plus, it has just 13 grams of carb[5] per serving. Made with simple ingredients and no artificial anything, this plant-based yogurt alternative contains live active bacterial cultures (just like yogurt), so that you can reap the benefits of probiotics. Available in vanilla, vanilla & cinnamon, mixed berries, raspberry and mango flavors.


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Want to learn more about yogurt and diabetes? Read “Yogurt Nutrition Facts”[7] and “Is Yogurt Good for Diabetics?”[8]

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