Huge thanks to Dustin over at Wildwood Organics for sending over such a large variety of products for me to try. First up is the Organic Unsweetened Priobiotic Soymilk in the plain variety. The probiotic soymilk also comes in low fat vanilla, blueberry and pomegranate, but the calories and sugar content are higher in those. Here is my best attempt to describe the flavor. Think Pinkberry frozen yogurt, melted, made with soymilk and unsweetened. I know it is pretty far fetched, but it was the only comparison I could come up with. I can really taste the soymilk mingle with a sour and tangy probiotic taste. The texture is rich and creamy and goes down really smooth. At first, I found the taste hard to manage and I had to add some juice to it to make it taste better. After a few days, the probiotic soymilk kind of grew on me and I could drink it without diluting it with anything else. Since this is probiotic, meaning live and active cultures, I did not add it to anything hot or cook with it like I do with normal soymilk for fear of killing off the probiotic benefits. The taste needs time to get adjusted to. My friend took a sip and thought I was drinking expired soymilk.
Did I feel any physical benefits after drinking this probiotic soymilk? For those days that I did drink this, I felt like it curb my appetite for the rest of the day, but I think it was mainly due to the fact that it was a rather thick liquid so it filled me a little AND the fact that I was not use to the tart and tangy taste so it effectively killed my appetite.
Probiotic Soymilk is packed full of live, beneficial, non-dairy cultures to strengthen your body’s immune system and promote digestive health.
Better than Kefir or Cultured Dairy!
* No Dairy
* No Cholesterol
* 0 g Saturated Fat
* Heart Healthy
Better Than Soymilk!
* Immunity Boosting Probiotic Cultures
* Fermented for Enhanced Absorption of Beneficial Soy Nutrients
* Omega-3 for Heart & Brain Health
* Good Source of Fiber
One serving of 8 ounce is 120 calories, 2 WW, 3 grams of fat, no cholesterol, 70 milligram of sodium, 15 grams of carbohydrates, 4 grams of dietary fiber, 1 gram of sugar, and 8 grams of protein. Also, 15% Vitamin A, 35% Calcium, 40% Vitamin D, 60% Vitamin B12, 10% Iron, and 40% Riboflavin (percentages based on a 2,000 calorie diet).
There is currently a promotional coupon on the Wildwood Organics website $0.50 cent off any 10 oz flavor probiotic soymilk. Click here. These are organic, contains no soy isolates, and also free of dairy, eggs, nuts & gluten. Would I buy these again? Yes — if I can find it. I’ve checked my local Whole Foods and saw that they only carry the flavored and sweetened kinds.
Retails: $2.99 per 30 fl oz @ Whole Foods (I saw the flavored kind)
My Cost: Free
Calories: 120 per 8 fl ounce