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Old 09-12-2006, 01:32 PM   #1
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Cereal

Anyone know of a good tasting, high protein, and healthy cereal, does it exist?
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Old 09-12-2006, 02:03 PM   #2
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I just had a bowl of Grape nuts. Not really high protein, but 7g plus another 7g or so in the milk isn't bad.

Kashi Go Lean Crunch is pretty good too. Tastes like really really crunchy Honey Smacks, but not quite as good.
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Old 09-12-2006, 02:14 PM   #3
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go for one with high fiber. cereal is not a good source of protein. Cereal + protein shake is what you need
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Kashi Go Lean. Good fiber + very decent amount of protein. Tastes good, too.
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Because of my college schedule, no time to sit down and eat. I am filling up a cup of Quaker Oats Original.

serving size: 1/2 cup
calories, 150
dietary fiber 4g
soluble 2g
insoluble 2g
Protein 5g


I generally have a cup, without milk. Less messy. With fat free milk, you get 9 more grams of protein/cup.
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Kelloggs Special K Protein Plus. About as high protein as cereal gets. Kashi and Flax Plus also make good protein cereals, such as Go Lean Crunch.
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this new oatmeal maple syrup cereal is good......anyone ever had it???
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Kashi Go Lean. Good fiber + very decent amount of protein. Tastes good, too.
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+1.. good stuff!
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Old 09-13-2006, 05:52 PM   #9
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Sounds like Kashi is a winner!

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Kashi go lean crunch, but my favorite is autumn wheat ( a kick ass version of frosted shredded wheats)
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Kelloggs Special K Protein Plus. About as high protein as cereal gets. Kashi and Flax Plus also make good protein cereals, such as Go Lean Crunch.

That one is good, i also switched it up to Cheerio's multi grain , taste's good and healthier then regular cheerio's!
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whole grain cereals are good for you, not sure about high protein ones though, just check the label or have some eggs on the side
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Go Lean Crunch, FTW.
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whole grain cereals are good for you, not sure about high protein ones though, just check the label or have some eggs on the side
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cinnamon toast crunch or coco puffs
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