Activia Regulates Your Digestive System
Activia yogurt from Dannon was launched in early 2006.
Activia with Bifidus Regularis is scientifically proven to help with slow intestinal transit when eaten daily for two weeks, as part of a balanced diet and healthy lifestyle. In short, Activia helps naturally regulate your digestive system as part of a balanced diet and healthy lifestyle.
Activia is packed with probiotics -- beneficial bacteria that help keep your digestive and immune systems healthy. Plus, it includes a proprietary strain that helps regulate the body's digestive system.
Activia is sold in major grocers nationwide. Activia is available in six flavors and a variety of packages: four, eight, and 16-packs -- so you can enjoy it the way that suits you best.
Activia offers an exciting variety of flavors. With so much to choose from, it's hard to pick a favorite! Here are varieties and flavors they currently offer:
- Activia Fiber
- Activia Light
- Activia Drinks
- Activia 24oz Tubs
- Activia Dessert
- Activia Selects Parfait
- Stonyfield Organic Activia
- Activia Selects Greek
- Activia Selects French
- Activia Selects French Fruit on the Bottom
Fun Facts on Dannon
In 1916, Isaac Carasso of Barcelona introduced packaged yogurt to Europe. He dubbed it Danone, his son Daniel's nickname. The tart plain yogurt, which reached U.S. Shores in the 1930's, did not take off until Dannon -- Danone's U.S. incarnation -- and its competitors started adding sugar and fruit.
Visit the Dannon Activia Website: Dannon Activia Yogurt.
Disclosure: We have no affiliation with the manufacturers mentioned above.
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