My 14 Day Activia Challenge

As I get older I am realizing my overall health contributes as much to looking good as the tools in my makeup box. When I am taking care of my self with a healthy diet and exercise it shows in my skin and overall mood. Part of trying to take care of myself  I recently accepted an offer to take part in a Activia Challenge. I will be eating the yogurt for two weeks and sharing my thoughts with you all. How does it taste, and most importantly do I feel better at the end of my experiment.

The challenge itself comes at a perfect time after a long summer of late nights and poor food choices my body is feeling the effects of the excess and I need to get back on track. I love yogurt but I am trying to get back in shape post baby and need to watch my calories. Last night when I hit the store to stock up on Activia for my challenge  I was excited to find a “light” version with only 70 calories a serving and 0 grams of fat!

Now on to the actual yogurt to be honest I was a little worried it would taste funny. I am starting with light peach flavor and its delicious, perfect peach flavors with big chunks of fruit. I am looking forward to seeing how I feel throughout this challenge and sharing my thoughts with you all.  I will keep you up to date on my journey and if any of you have tried Activia I would love to hear your thoughts.

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Disclosure: Compensation was provided by Dannon via Glam MediaThe opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of Dannon


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