There are LOTS of reasons to love Yopa! authentic Greek yogurt. The first reason is an important one for me – it’s vegetarian! You’d probably be surprised to know that the vast majority of yogurts sold in grocery stores are not, and as a vegetarian who LOVES yogurt, that can mean having to shop at specialty stores.
The second reason to love new Yopa! Is because of what it doesn’t have – there are no preservatives or artificial colors in any Yopa!, and only one has artificial flavor in the form of vanillin. Over the past few years I’ve become keenly aware of artificial colors and flavors and have worked to eliminate them completely from my diet.
In fact, this little pot of Greek Yogurt is made from regionally-sourced milk and paired with 9-whole grain granola, toasted Blue Diamond Almonds, or dark chocolate to create a balance of yogurt and topping – you know, balance perfected!
But why eat Greek Yogurt? For one it’s a great source of protein. Each little 3.50 oz cup packs 16% of the recommended daily requirement for protein – that’s a great little afternoon pick-me-up! The larger 5.3 oz cups have 26%. Plus they’re a good source of calcium, have no cholesterol or trans-fat, and are made with 5 cultures and 3 probiotics, all things your body will thank you for.
Yopa! Contest and Coupons
Yopa! authentic Greek yogurt is brand new on store shelves and to celebration, they’re running a “Like Us on Facebook and you could win $10,000!” contest! Enter daily for your chance to win cash as well as prizes like an autograph autobiography by Gabby Douglas and free product vouchers.
Eating healthy helps me balance my life. How do you balance yours?
Speaking of balance, gold medalist Gabby Douglas is an expert, and she’s challenging you to take the Yopa! Taste Challenge where you can win a variety of prizes, including $10,000! Just “like” Yopa! on Facebook for a chance to win and to grab a coupon for $.50 (or more!) off one cup of Yopa! Authentic Greek Yogurt.
I was selected for participation in this campaign as a member of Clever Girls Collective.