This post is sponsored by FAGE; however, all thoughts and opinions expressed are my own.
I’ve been pretty good at following my New Year’s resolutions so far. I didn’t write them down this year, I just have a couple in mind that I want to focus on – eating healthier, more balanced and nutritious meals, trying to get outside more and run/hike/anything– I have to admit I’ve been a little complacent these days and it’s driving me crazy!! If you read my blog frequently you know a big focus for me is a balanced lifestyle. The ever-growing question is how do I balance being a mom, auditioning, filming in another state or country? All while being present with my son, staying as healthy as possible and actually making time for physical fitness??? I’m still trying to figure this out.
The minute I got pregnant I completely changed my eating habits, which has been great. Lennox eats incredibly well; let’s just say that! I on the other hand, had been neglecting myself a little bit eating his leftovers for lunch or a protein bar, string cheese perhaps… Anyway, my point is I found a way for both of us to have a nutritious addition to our breakfast, lunch, snack or even dessert! The FAGE Total Split Cups strawberry flavor is the one Lennox and I have been enjoying lately. I started buying the FAGE Total 2% after my pediatrician said to move Lennox to 2% milk from whole milk. It’s what I eat, so it makes it easy to just grab a bunch and throw them in the cart at my grocery store. Because we are usually on the go, it’s so convenient to put a yogurt in my bag for Len to eat at our destination. When Lennox was first born I put probiotics in his milk, but now that he’s a little older, I love that I can give him this all-natural Greek strained yogurt which provides all of those healthy benefits AND is a delicious treat. FAGE Total Split Cups come in three fat varieties. Whether you choose whole milk, 2% or 0% fat is up to you and your preference- let me tell you, they’re all delicious. You can learn more about the FAGE Total Split Cups here to find out which variety is best for you. You can also find FAGE Total Split Cups at a store near you thru the store locator here. One of my favorite facts about this particular brand of yogurt is that the split cup 2% only has 11 g of sugar, it’s packed with 12 g of protein making it protein rich for my growing son and my exhausted body, and there’s only 120 calories in the strawberry 2% split cup yogurt. I want to try and stay away from giving Lennox sugar for as long as possible, and you can’t eliminate it completely, I know that, but it makes me feel better knowing there’s no artificial sugars in FAGE Total Split Cups. I’ve made it a dessert for Len instead of candy or ice cream, at least for now! Look, we’re all doing the best we can do, so why not makes things a little easier by having confidence that we’re feeding our families healthy and delicious options. I for one love this rich, creamy, all-natural yogurt and I know you will too. You know what they say, once you go FAGE…. 🤣