At Perry’s, we take pride in putting in enough of the Good Stuff. In our frozen yogurt, that includes probiotics, calcium and Vitamin D. So, is frozen yogurt healthy? While it’s not considered a “health food,” there are some frozen yogurt benefits.
A dessert with perks
Probiotics: good for the gut
Probiotics are live bacteria and yeast that live in our bodies. Bacteria gets a bad rep, but there is good bacteria that’s necessary for our health. Probiotics (the good bacteria) help fight off the bad bacteria that enters our bodies and tries to get us sick. These beneficial microorganisms reduce inflammation, allergies and boost the immune system.
Calcium for bone and cardiovascular health
Count on calcium for the development, growth and maintenance of good bone health. Your heart, muscles and nerves also depend on this vital mineral.
Vitamin D, calcium’s BFF
Serving as a dynamic duo, Vitamin D promotes calcium absorption in the gut. Vitamin D offers other benefits such as supporting overall health including bone health and improving mood.
Three frozen yogurt flavors to keep stocked in your freezer
Made with our family’s recipe, each scoop of Perry’s frozen yogurt contains fresh, local milk and cream. Next time the craving strikes for a treat that has benefits beyond tasting delicious, try one of these frozen yogurt flavors:
Key Lime Pie – If you like classic key lime pie, you’ll love this frozen twist. Our key lime frozen yogurt contains yogurt with other natural flavors and graham cracker swirls. Light and refreshing, you’ll definitely want to fill up your bowl with this one.
Peanut Butter Chip – This peanut butter and fudge flake combination will have you reaching for another scoop! Our Peanut Butter Chip is vanilla frozen yogurt with other natural flavors, peanut butter swirls and fudge flakes.
Vanilla – Our vanilla frozen yogurt is so much fun because you dress it up any way you like! Add your favorite toppings or don’t—the choice is yours!
Find Perry’s frozen yogurt near you
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Contributors: Kristin Rozewski, Marcus Lovelace