4 Non-Dairy Yogurts To Stay Away From Right Now

Supermarkets provide an amazing yogurt assortment. And no wonder, given Statista reports that Americans spend $7.24 billion on the goods.

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Yogurt makes a delightful breakfast or midday snack, and milk cultures' probiotics can improve digestion, physical health, and mental health. 

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Dessert-lovers will love this yogurt. It's "so delicious" because of 16 grams of sugar. In addition to high sugar, this coconut-based yogurt

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contains gums, canola, and safflower oils, which might induce inflammation. Three grams of protein per dish isn't much. 

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For people with nut allergies who prefer to avoid dairy, Silk's Vanilla Soy Milk yogurt is a good option. However, each container contains 16 grams of added sugar

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Coconut topping is popular on Greek yogurt, therefore it makes sense to produce a coconut-based replacement. However, Young advises avoiding cream and tapioca

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Only 10% of your calories should be saturated fat, according to the Mayo Clinic. That's 22 grams for 2,000 calories, thus this yogurt has 36 grams 

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Kite Hill makes vegan cream cheese, ravioli, queso, butter, and yogurt. Besides almond milk and active cultures, this one contains locust bean gum, xanthan gum, and 11 grams of sugar. 

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Skip this yogurt for Young. Kite Hill's regular non-dairy yogurt has 5 grams of sugar, so select it over this flavored variant for a healthy option.

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