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    Breakfast cereal


    Who eats it and who eat what?

    I eat a 1/2 cup Post Grape Nuts with 1/2 cup Stop n Shop granola every morning.

    If I didn't care about myself or my body, I'd eat a box of Fruity Pebbles right now. But lets be real, can't do that anymore...

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    i eat cherrios at times in the morning, no sugar added, just plain..
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    I just bought a box of Fruity Pebbles yesterday
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    Oatmeal...period.
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    Cinamon toast crunch ladies and gents is the best cereal for taste! BUt I don't eat much cereal
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    i just eat it postworkout when i have it. i still love cereal though. i alternate between granola and sugary ones. and yea cinnamon toast crunch is amazing
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    When I do eat cereal, it's "High Low":

    • Serving Size: 1/2 cup (30 g)
    • Servings per Container: About 11
    • Calories 90
    • Calories from Fat 10
    • Total Fat 1g
    • Saturated Fat 0g
    • Trans Fat 0g
    • Cholesterol 0mg
    • Sodium 95mg
    • Total Carbohydrate 13g
    • Dietary Fiber 6g
    • Sugars 3g
    • Protein 12g

    Pretty damn good IMO, though I usually stick with eggs.
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    The Go Lean Crunch stuff is pretty good, (cinnamon flavor) and pretty high in protein vs. other cereals (9 grams/cup) I usually eat that a few times a week
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    Quote Originally Posted by Super Penguin View Post
    The Go Lean Crunch stuff is pretty good, (cinnamon flavor) and pretty high in protein vs. other cereals (9 grams/cup) I usually eat that a few times a week
    Mainly soy protein. Informational purposes only.
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    Quaker oat squares with hint of brown sugar are the shizzz
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    Oatmeal Large Flake for me...

    I am having trouble locating steel cut... probably have to get it online.

    I have been known to go to the healthfood store and get muslei once in a while.
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    cherrios and or granola, i like to have green tea sometimes...
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    Count chocula. Hah. Steel cut oatmeal is sold at walmart. Only one brand, and its usually on the top shelf. Honestly, I like raisin bran crunch.
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    When I do eat cereal it's usually raisan bran, or maybe some wheaties gold. If I'm splurging it's cookie crisp, lucky charms, or fruity pebbles b*tches!!!
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    I like Uncle Sam Cereal
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    cascadian farm's "clifford crunch"... pwo w/ protein powder & milk = perfect for bulk

    1 cup (30g)

    Amount Per Serving
    Calories 100 Calories from Fat 10


    % Daily Value*

    Total Fat 1g 2%
    Saturated Fat 0 0%
    Trans Fat 0

    Cholesterol 0 0%

    Sodium 160mg 6%

    Total Carbohydrate 25g 8%
    Dietary Fiber 5g 20%
    Sugars 6g

    Protein 2g

    Vitamin A 10% Vitamin C 10%
    Calcium 10% Iron 25%

    *Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 Calorie Diet.

    INGREDIENTS: ORGANIC WHOLE GRAIN OAT FLOUR, ORGANIC WHOLE GRAIN BARLEY FLOUR, NATURALLY MILLED ORGANIC SUGAR, ORGANIC OAT FIBER, ORGANIC WHEAT STARCH, ORGANIC TAPIOCA SYRUP, SEA SALT, CALCIUM CARBONATE, ORGANIC MOLASSES, ZINC AND IRON (MINERAL NUTRIENTS), VITAMIN C (SODIUM ASCORBATE), A B VITAMIN (NIACINAMIDE), VITAMIN E (TOCOPHERYL ACETATE), ORGANIC VANILLA FLAVOR, VITAMIN B6 (PYRIDOXINE HYDROCHLORIDE), VITAMIN B1 (THIAMIN MONONITRATE), VITAMIN A (ACETATE), A B VITAMIN (FOLIC ACID), VITAMIN D (CHOLECALCIFEROL). VITAMIN E (MIXED TOCOPHEROLS) ADDED TO PRESERVE FRESHNESS.
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    Fiber One baby. Keeps me right on schedule.
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    Raisin Bran... thats whats up
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    Ever eat Kashi Krucnh? Organic and damn good.

    Also grape nuts, wheaties, and when I am feeling it I love me some lucky charms.

    Usually though I just make oatmeal, throw a scoop of protein in, and chow.
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    Better eat your Wheaties...
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    Kashi products all around are awesome. You can't find anything healthier or more balanced for the price.
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    I love honey nut cheerios, frosted flakes, honey bunches of oats, and as always oatmeal.
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    Can cereal be a big no no? I never went for eating eggs in the morning my breakfast always consisted of cereal before working out. =[

    I usually ate Special K. That's what I had today
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    [QUOTE=Santa89;2013997]Can cereal be a big no no? I never went for eating eggs in the morning my breakfast always consisted of cereal before working out. =[

    I usually ate Special K. That's what I had today[/QUOT

    Same here, I have a bowl of special K (red berries,vanilla almond)every morning. Is this a bad cereal if you are trying to lose the fat??

    Thanks
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    bout to knock back a big ole' bowl of cinnamon toast crunch right now...mmmhmmm...
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    Oatmeal is the obvious good choice.

    Cheat cereals:
    Corn Pops
    Fruity Pebbles
    Frosted Flakes
    Oh!s
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chops89 View Post
    Oatmeal is the obvious good choice.

    Cheat cereals:
    Corn Pops
    Fruity Pebbles
    Frosted Flakes
    Oh!s
    Wow can't believe you mentioned Oh!s those are so damn good, but I thought I was the only one who ate them. Yeah I like Go Lean! Crunch, Quaker Oatmeal Squares and Mini-Wheats for decently healthy cereals and Golden Grahams, Oh!s, Reeses Peanut Butter Puffs, and Corn Pops for cheating or Postworkout
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    Quote Originally Posted by slipondajimmy View Post
    I like Uncle Sam Cereal
    +1 Uncle Sam is AMAZING. That an oatmeal, I mix them together almost every morning along with 1 scoop of whey, 1/2-1 banana, 1/2 cup of frozen blueberries, and skim milk. I also eat a grapefruit and 1 or 2 eggs and a cup of green tea.
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    Interesting study about High GI cereal (Cornflakes in particular but pretty much 90% of cereal out there)

    http://www.jonnybowden.com/2009/08/c...ink-again.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by shortstop1616 View Post
    Raisin Bran... thats whats up
    x2 They most put an addictive drug in it as far as I'm concerned.
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    I checked out my Raisin B and its got 0 trans. *crunch crunch crunch*
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    0 Trans fats just means under 1gram per serving not that it has none. So if something has .5 it says 0 on the box and depending on the serving size it could add up. Something to think about
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    DAMN IT
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    Quote Originally Posted by andro69 View Post
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    carb up days for me must start with Cinnamon Life
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    kashi - honey almond flax

    $3 like 8g fiber, 9g protein, 4.5g fat tastes amazing
    For me, the action IS the juice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MegaCalf View Post
    kashi golean
    Is the **** mmmm addicting stuff. The crunch ain't too bad either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarleyDog View Post
    Kashi products all around are awesome. You can't find anything healthier or more balanced for the price.
    I definitely agree if your going to eat breakfast cereals Kashi is the brand you should be looking into.
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    The protein derived from the Kashi cereals is soy based. Just an FYI
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