What is a good weight loss cereal?

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Question by rose&ivory: What is a good weight loss cereal?
I’m looking for a cereal to eat with my fruit in the mornings to help me lose weight and to keep my full for a couple hours. Something high in fiber and protein but low in fat and sugar. So many weight loss cereals are either really high in sugar if theyre low in fat, or they are just not very tasty and don’t fill you up. Any suggestions?

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special k red berries is very yummy. 🙂

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7 Responses to “What is a good weight loss cereal?”

  1. tallblondee2003 writes:

    Koshi Cereal
    Special “K”

  2. Dee C writes:

    Personally, I love Cheerios, just the plain ones!

    one of the best you can eat, very low in sugar (less then 1 g) and there made with whole grains

  3. ashley marie writes:

    fiber 1 is great (the original kind)! it’s 60 calories for 1/2 cup and has 14 grams of fiber 🙂 i love it. it’s even better with a packet of sweet n low on top.

  4. bubukittypoo writes:

    Yeah, I think whole grain cheerios are great too. They keep you full and have fiber to boot! They’re naturally sweet but I like to add cinnamon. (Cinnamon is also great for you)
    Check it out: http://www.healthdiaries.com/eatthis/10-health-benefits-of-cinnamon.html

  5. HelloEm!ly =^.^= writes:

    stay away from special k.
    makes me even more hungry.

    oatmeal and cinnamon promote weightloss due to the fiber… and it’s really yummy :]

  6. funguyy writes:

    Kashi Go Lean is an excellent cereal.
    i was on a diet for 5months and ate every 3hrs,5x a day.
    i had a cup of the cereal with a few raisins and i like mine with a cup of buttermilk because it is thick and tangy and low fat.
    all together,less than 300cals.about 20g. of protein,15g. of fiber and just a couple fat g.

  7. Sarah B writes:

    There are thousands of breakfast cereals. All the featured cereals below are high in fiber, have no hydrogenated oils or high fructose corn syrup, and are low in fat. Here are the best choices for healthy weight loss:

    1. Oatmeal – Choose plain oatmeal and add your own toppings. For the best of the best, opt for organic oatmeal. Supercharge your oatmeal with sliced bananas, blueberries, cinnamon, strawberries, nuts, and a little stevia for sweetness.

    2. Kashi Nuggets – A blend of seven whole grains, malted barley, and sesame. This cereal is really crunchy and satisfying. It’s also very low in sugar with only 3 grams per serving. Jazz it up with your favorite berries. It can even be heated in the microwave on cold mornings.

    3. Barbara’s Shredded Oats – Main ingredients are whole grain oats and whole wheat. A little high in sugar at 12 grams per serving, but a nice treat once in a while.

    4. Cascadian Farm Multi-grain Squares – Like Wheat Chex, only better because they’re organic and contain no preservatives or other chemicals. Low in sugar at 4 grams per serving and they taste great.

    5. Nature’s Path Pumpkin Flax Granola – Flaxseed is the only plant source of Omega-3’s, clinically proven to help prevent heart disease. This granola’s main ingredients are a mixture of organic whole grains including oats, wheat, and brown rice. Unlike most granolas, it’s not high in fat.

    6. Nature’s Path Organic Multigrain Flakes – Very low fat and low sugar. Crunchy and satisfying, holds up well with the soy or rice milk.

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