Haute Healthy x Chobani Simply 100.

Chobani 100 All Natural x haute healthy

Meet my boyfriend’s dog Blu – he was given six months to live and three years later is thriving on an all natural diet. It makes you wonder what eating all natural can do for us? I was lucky enough to receive some #sponsored Chobani Simply 100 yogurt, which is the first and only 100-calorie yogurt made with only natural ingredients. No artificial sweeteners or flavors. When I thought about all natural, Blu came to mind because I have watched him beat cancer by eating an all natural diet and thought he would make the perfect model for the product. Doesn’t Blu look cute with the Chobani blueberry flavor?

I wouldn’t say Chobani Simply 100 tastes very different from their original yogurt, but the ingredient list makes me much happier and at just 100 calories you can snack without guilt. I think the most important thing about this yogurt is that it has few ingredients and you can pronounce them all, which is what I live by. Fueling ourselves with natural foods can only result in positive outcomes and I wish more companies would hop on the all-natural wagon. Read on for more details on what makes up the new Chobani Simply 100 yogurt below.

Ingredients:
Nonfat Yogurt (Cultured Pasteurized Nonfat Milk), Live and Active Cultures: S. Thermophilus, L. Bulgaricus, L. Acidophilus, Bifidus and L. Casei, Chicory Root Fiber, Black Cherries, Water, Cherry Juice Concentrate, Evaporated Cane Juice, Pectin, Natural Flavors, Locust Bean Gum, Monkfruit Extract, Stevia Leaf Extract.

Read more about Chobani Simply 100 here.

xx, Beth

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