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Cultures are the key to turning milk
into yogurt. (In our case, ultra-creamy
Greek yogurt.) They also do the all
-important job of helping break down
the lactose in milk.
Because of the way it’s strained,
Greek yogurt contains less
lactose, and therefore less total
sugar and fewer total carbs
than the base of regular yogurt.
No worries here: our Greek yogurt
does not contain gluten, and doesn’t
come into contact with ingredients
that contain gluten during the
It’s a must for supporting strong bones, and
you’ll find a good source of it
in every 5.3-ounce serving of Oikos.
Every 5.3-ounce serving has at
least 11 grams of high-quality
protein, which means your muscles
are gonna love it. Get the details
It takes about 2.5X more
to make Greek
Greek yogurt is WAY
thicker and creamier than
regular yogurt. So
love it right up.
Individual flavors may vary,
but because of the way it’s
strained, Greek yogurt can
be lower in total sugar than
regular yogurt. Which also
means lower in total carbs.
If that’s what you’re into,
you’re totally welcome.