Nope-- if you look at the ingredients, the only acceptable dairy item is the second ingredient:
Milk, Skim Milk, Cream, Polydextrose*, Maltodextrin (Corn)*, Sorbitol*, Whey, Glycerine*, Mono And Diglycerides, Cellulose Gel, Cellulose Gum, Natural Flavor, Guar Gum, Tara Gum, Xanthan Gum, Carob Bean Gum, Sucralose (Splenda Â® Brand)*, Acesulfame Potassium*, Annatto (For Color), Vitamin A Palmitate. Sweetened With Nutritive Sweeteners And Nonnutritive Sweeteners. * Not In Regular Ice Cream Claims:No Sugar Added See Nutrition Information For Calories And Sugar Content Not A Low Calorie Food Soi: Vanilla Reduced Fat Ice Cream
Then you have whole milk and cream as major ingredients, plus high glycemic starches like maltodextrin. Not good.
Or you could compare the nutrition facts to something that is a good choice, like 1% milk, which has 11g of sugar, 2.5g of fat, and 30% of the DV for calcium at 100 calories per cup. That ice cream product has 8g of sugar (it's no sugar added, not sugar-free), 8g of fat, and 16% of the DV for calcium at 180 calories per cup, so it would not be a good substitute. You're not getting enough of the good things and you're getting too many of the bad things for it to be dairy.
If anything, it works more as a sweet treat than as dairy, but the recommendation on ice cream is that you don't lull yourself into a false sense of security by regularly choosing junk like this that won't even taste that good, and just enjoy a small serving of real, premium ice cream as an occasional treat.
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