Nutritional Information


Only real yogurt with real yogurt cultures to naturally help regulate your digestive health

With every serving of Yogurtagogo yogurt, you'll treat your body to live and active probiotic cultures that help your digestive system keep the balance nature intended.

Your digestive system is central to your body's daily functions. When it's out of balance, you're out of balance. So now you can help give it the support it needs with just one serving of Yogurtagogo yogurt daily to feel the digestive health benefits.

Why Eat Whole Foods?

Whole foods are unprocessed, natural foods in their original form. They are full of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, protein, carbohydrates, fat and fiber as well as all of the hundreds of phytonutrients that work together in the proper amounts to give our body exactly what it needs to be healthy. They do not contain added flavors, colors or preservatives.

Yogurt & Your Health

Your digestive system performs two vital functions: absorbing nutrients and providing a barrier against potentially harmful substances and microorganisms.

So how can yogurt help? Click the questions below to learn more.

You may not realize it, but your digestive system actually contains a lot of bacteria, both friendly and not so friendly. Your system depends on the friendly bacteria to function properly. That is why maintaining a healthy balance of bacteria is key to having a healthy digestive system. This is where Yogurtagogo yogurt can help – it contains the friendly bacteria that your body needs.

In large numbers, the less helpful bacteria in your system can be detrimental in two ways: 1) they can overwhelm the friendly bacteria and decrease their efficiency, and 2) in high enough numbers they can actually cause harm.

When your digestive system is out of balance, you can feel sluggish, bloated, experience indigestion, along with other bothersome symptoms. You just don’t feel right.

Disruptive factors like a poor diet, stress and antibiotics can all negatively affect the friendly bacteria in your body. As the number of good bacteria decreases, there's more room for harmful bacteria to move in.

A few ways that you can maintain a healthy digestive balance are by enriching your diet with fiber (at least 25 to 30 grams per day), drinking plenty of water, and getting adequate exercise. Eating probiotic foods like Yogurtagogo yogurt daily can help, too.

It is important to know that to be effective, the probiotic cultures in yogurt need to alive and active at the time of consumption. Our yogurts meet the stringent standards set by the National Yogurt Association* for containing high amounts of live and active probiotic cultures. Not all yogurt products meet that standard.

* at least 10 million cultures per gram at the time of manufacture


Nutrition FAQs

In order to beneficial to the body, these organisms must be alive at the time of consumption. The freezing process does not kill any significant amount of the cultures—in fact, during the freezing process the cultures go into a dormant state, but when eaten and returned to a warm temperature within the body, they again become active and are capable of providing all the benefits of cultures in a refrigerated yogurt product.

Not all products termed "frozen yogurt" actually contain live and active cultures. Some so-called "frozen yogurts" use heat-treated yogurt, which kills the live and active cultures. Yogurtagogo yogurts are NOT heat-treated.

Companies may market "heat-treated yogurt" to prolong shelf life or decrease yogurt's natural tartness.

Products that contain live organisms will identify themselves as containing “live and active cultures.” All Yogurtagogo yogurts contain high levels of these live and active yogurt cultures - high enough to meet or exceed the requirement of the National Yogurt Association*.

* at least 10 million cultures per gram at the time of manufacture

All Yogurtagogo yogurts contain three different types of live and active cultures: S. Thermophilus, L. Bulgaricus, and L. Acidophilus. Some of our yogurts also contain a fourth live and active culture: L. Lactis. Together, these strains provide billions of live cultures in every serving of Yogurtagogo yogurt.

The natural probiotic cultures in Yogurtagogo yogurt are the kind of bacteria that are among the first to develop in an infant's digestive system. So, yes, it is safe.

Yogurtagogo yogurt can help your body to regulate its digestive health naturally. But Yogurtagogo is not a treatment or cure for any medical disorder or disease. If you're experiencing any difficulty or discomfort with your digestive system, you should contact a healthcare professional immediately.

Yogurt is a cultured milk product, made by adding "good" bacteria to milk. These "friendly" cultures, L. bulgaricus and S. thermophilus, are what give yogurt its special properties. Similar to the making of beer or cheese, these cultures ferment and transform the milk sugar (lactose) into lactic acid, creating the distinctive properties of yogurt. This process has been around for at least 4,000 years.