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Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Healthy Eating Choices ~ Fibre 1 Healthy Start {#giveaway}

Did you know that 93% of Canadians aren't getting enough fibre in their diets?

General Mills, Fibre 1 can help those of us in that 93% group , simply by making Fibre 1 brand products part of our daily routine.

Why not start your day with a great-tasting bowl of Fibre 1 cereal?

Here's what Fibre 1 can do for us:

  • 1/2 cup of Fibre 1 Crunchy Original = 14g of fibre
  • 1 cup of Fibre 1 Honey Clusters = 13g of fibre
  • 1 cup of Fibre 1 Raisin Bran Clusters = 11g of fibre

Before you run off to the supermarket to pick up a box of Fibre 1 Honey Clusters, I have an exclusive coupon available to my readers!  (being a #LMDconnector keeps me in the know)  Follow this link to request a dollar off coupon.

Visit Life Made Delicious to find out more about Fibre 1 and Ten Steps to Healthier Living.

Fibre 1 Healthy Start Giveaway!

I am so excited to be able to offer a giveaway during the month of April of a Fibre 1 Healthy Start giveaway package.  (Canada)

The giveaway package includes (value $50):
  • Fibre 1 Honey Clusters Cereal
  • A Royal Blue Yoga Mat
  • A Blue Resistant Band with a Grip
  • GoFit Speed Jump Rope

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Disclosure: I am part of the Life Made Delicious Blogger program and I receive special perks as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.


eclairre said...

I eat oats in the morning.

Glogirl said...

I try to eat more fruits and vegetables.

Amy C said...

I eat vegetables.

Belinda M said...

I eat lots of fruits and veggies


belinda mcnabb

Denise G said...

I try to eat salads

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renee said...

we eat alot of veg in the summer from our garden , alot of beans put in meals in winter
reneetaylor at sympatico dot ca

dor said...

I have bran cereal every day with my yogurt. Yum.


Jennifer L. said...

I use ground flax seeds in smoothies and baked goods.
jentam777 at gmail dot com

Sweet Panda said...

I have oat every morning and I am having more vegetables and fruits in my daily diet

sweetpanda2010 at gmail dot com

robynl said...

make muffins with Wheat Bran and All Bran


Annie1 said...

I'm eating lots of fruit, veggies, prunes, raw almonds and walnuts

Anne Taylor

flowerchild said...

I use bran cereal in my baked goods

Pam said...

I sprinkle fiber-rich cereal on salad to add extra fiber!

Amy said...

I try to eat high fiber cereals, granola bars and cracker type snacks
amym_brown @ hotmail.com

ksceviour said...

I try to eat cereal and oatmeal with lots of fibre in it!
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Emily B said...

I eat whole grain products whenever possible!

Karryk said...

We eat lots of veggies

Lori's Place said...

My fibre usually comes from the fruit I eat. loriagalbraith at gmail dot com

josiefiorda said...

I eat lots of fruits and veggies

Erin C said...

I often eat Fibre 1 granola bars for breakfast...I love the oats & chocolate!

Amy said...

Love fibre 1!

castaard said...

Read nutrition labels to pick up food with more fibre.

LJ said...

This week I've included more fiber in my diet by eating Flavor and Fiber Bars by Gnu Foods. They are delicious and have 12 grams per bar!
Laura snookie_poo@hotmail

Samorjj said...

Eating lots of fruit and taking a supplement.

Sue2Sueper said...

I include fibre by ensure I have fruits and carrots in my lunch as well as a sandwich with multi-grain bread - Ancient Grains is my Fav.

Susan Margaret said...

I add high fibre cereal to all types of food to add fibre every chance I get!

C ssm said...

I eat lots of veggies.

Brenda Penton said...

I eat my sandwhiches on 12 grain bread. I eat a granola or fibre bar for my mid-morning snack. In the evening I often have popcorn, which I recently learned is a great source of fibre.


Jen P said...

i choose whole grain pasta with flax and i try to eat plenty of fresh fruit!

penguinjo99 at gmail dot com

cherdon said...

I eat a variety of nuts, beans, brussel sprouts and oatmeal to name a few.

Fan R. said...
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Fan R. said...

Eat beans and buckwheat.