I don't know why I thought something that was supposed to affect my colon would taste yummy . . . Not so much. I opened it a raised I eye brow because it looked nothing like my yoplait yogurt that I'm accustomed to eating. After stirring for about 15 seconds, trying to make the consistency look normal, I took a taste . . . Can you say BLAH. I likened it to paste then thought, "Why do I know what paste tastes like??" . . . Oh yeah, 3rd grade, Elmers glue and a dare.
So as I continued to eat my cherry flavored paste, I decided to look up the ingredients and compare it to yoplait light. It has more calories, more sodium, more carbs and the same amount of sugar. Okay, so what's the benefit of eating this crap? Oh yeah, Bifidus Regularis, which according to the website, naturally occurs in your colon. That led me to wonder where'd they get the bifidus they put in my yogurt. I quickly moved on from that thought. So what's the purpose of this bifidus? The site states, " Activia every day for two weeks delivers enough Bifidus Regularis to help regulate your digestive system by helping with slow intestinal transit." Source So hold up. It's slowing down my system? Isn't that going to cause constipation? That can't be good.
Hmmm . . . I guess I was right . . . maybe it is paste.