At Yo Mon, we try to stay pretty chill–like we’re in the islands, like nothing matters more than a moment to relax and have fun. We think we’re pretty good at it, too, but the one thing we take very seriously is our yogurt. We know you come to us for more than our pretty smiles and our comfy chairs. You want ...Continue Reading → Share
At Yo Mon, we like to have fun, so occasionally we’ll sprinkle our speech with a few Jamaican favorites, like mon, come yah, or we simply change the to da. It’s possible we’ve put a little Bob Marley on the iPod, grabbed a pair of shades and pretended we had dreads, but there’s no photographic evidence of that. Why do we like to do these things? Because they’re fun! Because when we ...Continue Reading → Share
If roughly 10 percent of your daily caloric intake can be taken up by ‘treats,’ and you’re having an average of 2000 calories/day, how many “treat” calories can you have every day? We know you don’t come into Yo Mon for a math quiz, so we’ll tell you: about 200. So, how do you get the most bang for your calories?
You don’t drive through a fast food restaurant and grab a milkshake (on average 500 calories or more ...Continue Reading → Share
Yo Mon™ brand is an all natural tart, tasty and self-serve frozen yogurt with nonfat and lowfat flavors, containing active live cultures, with dozens of fresh seasonal toppings.
Made from the finest ingredients, including up to eight live and active cultures, cane sugar, and natural flavors, Yo Mon yogurt nourishes your mind and body.
Live and Active Cultures
What makes yogurt yogurt? Yogurt is formed when living organisms, Lactobacillus bulgaricus, L. acidophilus, Bifidus, and ...
Yo Mon™ Frozen Yogurt is made by adding live bacterial cultures to milk after pasteurization. The cultures convert the milk’s sugar to lactic acid, and give yogurt its unique tart flavor and creamy texture. We add cane sugar to sweeten the final yogurt and to preserve its quality.
According to Mayo Clinic studies, yogurt has as much potassium as ...Continue Reading → Share
Is frozen yogurt as nutritious as regular yogurt? Live cultures such as acidophilus are an important ingredient in regular yogurt; what happens to them when the yogurt is frozen?
This month’s faculty expert, Simin Nikbin Meydani, professor of nutrition at the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy and associate director of the Jean Mayer USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging, responds:
The nutritive value of yogurt or frozen yogurt is based on the ingredients in the yogurt, so it will ...Continue Reading → Share