Tesco Value Probiotic Strawberry Drink Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Soft Drink
Newest Review: ... They are white plastic and have navy blue writing. If you are familiar with the Tesco Value range then you would be able to ... more
Customer Tesco Value Probiotic Strawberry Drink Reviews (7)
by - written on 23/07/10 (Very useful, 187 readings)
Recently my doctor suggested that I try probiotic yoghurts as I have been run down and suffering from stomach upsets and lots of highly unmentionable and embarrassing things. I had been buying Yakult but it seems so expensive to me. And all things considered, I'm not sure that I feel any better having taken it for a few weeks now. Even on offer, it is expensive so I decided that I'd try the Tesco Value range. At 1/3 the price, if it worked it would be a real saver. It's not that i'm snobby about Tesco Value things, but I have had some questionable experiences with items from the range before and I was not really holding much hope for the Probiotic Strawberry ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/09/09 (Very useful, 195 readings)
Me, well I do try to follow a healthy diet (honest I really do lol). For anyone who regularly reads my reviews this could cause some confusion as I am a major fan of junk food (please read my reviews on this), however that is only some of the time and not all of it and I do try to incorporate healthy living into my life as much as possible and I am a huge fitness fan. So although I am a junk food lover, I'm a size 8 and relatively healthy! (I do have to work hard though to be fair lol). One thing I always have is a 'sensible' breakfast. I believe it really is the most important meal of the day and I eat cereal and fruit and and things like that and so a couple ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/09/09 (Very useful, 126 readings)
I suffer from IBS and often go for weeks on end where I feel awful. I get stomach cramps and basically feel sick for days on end. My doctor thought it would be a good idea to start trying probiotic yoghurt drinks, as these are meant to help with a healthy digestive system. Being a student, I cant really afford to fork out for the top name brands of these (packs of 8 cost around £2.50) so when I spotted these in Tescos I thought they would be perfect for me. They cost 50p for a pack of 4 meaning they cost just under £1 per week. Each yoghurt weighs 100g (the same as the higher brands). They have a good date on, lasting between 2 and 3 weeks providing they are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/11/09 (Very useful, 141 readings)
I have never seen these before, though it does appear they have been around for a while. I like yogurt, and pro biotic is supposed to be fantastic for the digestive system so I thought I'd give this brand a go. ********* The packaging. A very basic white bottle, but this is the value range, 4 pots/bottles come in a cardboard open sided package, have they done that to cut back in cost or to cut back in waste?. Each bottle contains 100g. The texture It is as I expected for a value product quite runny, despite the fact that it is runnier than the leading yogurt drinks it's not that unpleasant to drink. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/06/08 (Very useful, 829 readings)
I'm revamping my lifestyle a bit lately owing to feeling flabby, pale and spotty. I decided to add a daily probiotic drink to my breakfast hoping to experience some health benefits. I was shocked at the prices of the tiny pots of probiotic drinks in Tesco until I spotted the pack of value probiotic strawberry yogurt drinks which at 69p for a pack of four were significantly cheaper than the competition. The pack contains four 100g plastic bottles of yogurt drink with foil lids. The cardboard outer packaging is in the blue, white and red Tesco value colours. I am told that these drinks will help me ensure a healthy digestive system, that they contain soluble ... Read the complete review
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