Dairy-Free Pili Nut Yogurt

Hello Three to Five Tribe! Although the year 2020 is already well underway, this is my first blog post for the decade so I’ll go ahead and say it, “Happy New Year!” I took a step back from my personal nutrition blog for the later part of last year (hello holidays), but I am back at it and it feels so good to be writing again.

Side Note: Although I have an arsenal of blog topics I want to cover in the next few weeks, I always welcome topics from you, my faithful readers. If you have something in mind, please reach out here or DM me via Insta.

If you have been following my own personal health journey, you know after countless Whole30’s, I discovered my body functions better when I omit certain foods from my daily diet. (I am looking at you alcohol, dairy, grains and sugar). I’ve also never been a big fan of dairy, with the exception of cheese, so when it comes to avoiding yogurt, it’s never been an issue for me. I never felt like I was missing out on anything when it came to yogurt, that is until I was introduced to Lavva, a dairy free, Pili Nut yogurt.

Made with 100% real food ingredients that you can actually pronounce and your body can recognize, one cup of Lavva contains the following ingredients:

  • Cassava
  • Coconut
  • Fruit (Depending on which flavor you select)
  • Himalayan Salt
  • Lime
  • Pili Nuts
  • Plantains
  • Probiotics and Probiotics (50 billion to be exact, but who’s counting)

Unlike other yogurt alternatives, Lavva does not contain any added sugar, coloring agents, gums, natural flavors, processed powders, stabilizers or thickeners. Who wants those anyways? Not me!

If you are currently cutting back on dairy this year or already rocking that plant-based lifestyle for 2020 and beyond, it’s time to up your cup and fall in love with LAVVA. Find LAVVA near you and be sure to connect with them @lovvelavva.

Falling in love with Lavva three to five spoonfuls a day,

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