NutriDay

NutriDay Smooth and Fruit, low fat, flavoured yoghurt

Made by Danone, NutriDay is South Africa's favourite yoghurt, and is found in fridges and lunch boxes across the country. Our yoghurts are available in a variety of falvours, and our range consists of plain, smooth and fruit variations. Every spoonful is a creamy and delicious, convenient snack for kids and adults, with a wonderful fresh dairy flavour.

 

150g Range Product Detail

GET SOCIAL WITH US

How to include yoghurt in your diet

Vitamin A

Real yoghurt, real eye sight

Vitamin A is a powerful antioxidant and fat-soluble vitamin that’s crucial for maintaining good vision, neurological functions, healthy skin and more. Lack of sufficient vitamin A is the leading cause of blindness and poor eyesight amongst children and other vitamin A deficiencies also include impaired immunity, dry lips, thick or scaly skin, and stunted growth.

Read More

Vitamin B

Real yoghurt, real breathing

Vitamin B is known as a complex vitamin because it comes in 8 forms; Vitamin B1 (Thiamine), Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin), Vitamin B3 (Niacin), Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine), Vitamin B7 (biotin), Vitamin B9 (folic acid) and Vitamin B12 (cobalamin). These can be found naturally in meat, leafy greens, dairy, beans, peas and whole or fortified grains.

Read More

Vitamin E

Real yoghurt, real muscle strength

Vitamin E is a fat-soluble vitamin that is an antioxidant, prevents free-radical damage and naturally slows down the aging process. Eating Vitamin E rich foods such as sunflower seeds/sunflower oil, peanut butter, almonds, avos and hazel nuts can help you treat and prevent diseases of the heart and blood vessels, chest pains, high blood pressure and blocked or hardened arteries.

Read More

Vitamin D

Real yoghurt, real bone strength

Vitamin D is a tricky vitamin as its rarely found naturally in foods unless manufacturers purposefully add it to their products. Vitamin D supplements are amongst the most popular because of this. The only place one can find Vitamin D naturally and in abundance, is through ultraviolet rays from sun shine.

Read More