My 10-year-old and I recently tried Active D’Lites Probiotics Caramel Chocolate Bars, containing 20 billion probiotics and sweetened with stevia.
While not suitable for a low-carb diet due to their 17 grams of carbs, the bars contain no added sugar, 9 fat grams and just 110 calories. Each 1.06 ounce bar also provides 9 grams of dietary fiber. Active D’Lites come in several flavors, and the chocolate caramel ones that we tried were delicious. They might be a good way to get some fiber and probiotics into a finicky child, because they sure taste more like candy bars than anything else.
Active D’Lites Probiotics bars contain soy and milk products and are manufactured in a facility that processes peanuts, tree nuts, wheat and eggs, so they wouldn’t be suitable for those with food allergies or sensitivities. For those with no dietary restrictions, though, Active D’Lites Probiotics offer an extremely tasty treat with the added bonus of probiotics and fiber.
Some studies have shown health benefits of probiotics or “good bacteria,” which may help with various digestive disorders like chronic diarrhea, irritable bowel disease and Crohn’s disease along with a host of other medical conditions such as recurrent vaginal yeast infections and frequent urinary tract infections. However, there’s no guarantee that any probiotics supplement pill or food will help with your particular problem, and you can also eat significant amounts of probiotics in yogurt.
You can pick up some yummy Active D’Lites Probiotics bars online in a box of seven or as single serving bars in certain chain drug stores. They cost about $1.50 to $2.00 per bar. For this Active D’Lites Probiotics review, I purchased products at CVS.