I promised readers of my book, Go Dairy Free, an online section dedicated to the topic of dairy-free probiotics. And here it is! I will be adding more posts to this page as we create them. If you have a specific questions that isn’t covered in Go Dairy Free, please feel free to send me a message
Your Guide Dairy-Free Probiotics
We’re currently working on posts to address dairy-free probiotic foods, starter cultures, and other important topics. But please enjoy the information that I have for you thus far …
This post covers all of the following topics:
- Dairy Concerns with Probiotic Supplements
- A Brief Explanation of Probiotics
- The Best Dairy-Free Probiotic Supplements
- Dairy-Free Probiotic Supplements Specifically for Kids
We taste-tested our way through dozens of dairy-free yogurt product lines to find the 10 best options for taste, texture, and nutrition. Unlike supplements, most yogurt brands do not list how many probiotics they contain in billions. But they are made with live and active cultures, and I’ve included those with the ingredients.
My list includes options for most special diet needs, including paleo, nut-free, and soy-free. All of these dairy-free brands just happen to be vegan, plant-based, and carrageenan-free too!
These days, yogurt isn’t your only option. Manufacturers now have probiotic strains that survive production processes and can be delivered to our digestive systems via other types of delicious foods. This post includes dairy-free bars, chips, cookies, granola, baking ingredients, and more that contain good bacteria. Most of the options are also vegan and many are gluten-free or allergy-friendly.