Kashi "Vive" Cereal

Kashi "Vive" Cereal

When I saw Kashi's new cereal, Vive, I had to try it. Instead of being a high protein cereal (like their Go Lean! and Go Lean Crunch), it's a high fiber cereal loaded with probiotics. Probiotics, which are usually found in "living" foods such as yogurt, help regulate your digestive system and flush out toxins. My digestive system is pretty healhty, but I figured eating a digestive-system-friendly cereal might help keep it that well. That, plus the fact that Vive has about lots of fiber and 20% of the recommended daily allowance of calcium was enough. The next morning, I ate a big handful of it dry. It was sweet and crunchy and tasted mildly of graham. There are flakes, twigs and little white round things which taste like the yogurt coating you sometimes get on raisins or pretzels. If you are use to eating healthy cereals, you will probably find this cereal excellent. If you are transitioning from, oh, Lucky Charms or Froot Loops, then you will probably find it pretty good.

  • This is by-far the most delicious health food granola I have tried, and I've tried a lot of them. This is crunchy and slightly sweet. There is almost something kind of crispy about it. It's not overly hard like other brands. I... This is by-far the most delicious health food granola I have tried, and I've tried a lot of them. This is crunchy and slightly sweet. There is almost something kind of crispy about it. It's not overly hard like other brands. It's great on its own, or with milk, yogurt, or hemp milk. Eat this for it's taste, but also enjoy it's many health benefits. It's packed with fiber and protein, plus hemp offers far more omega-3 fatty acids than fish oil can offer (there are 400mg in one serving of this, add hemp milk, which has much much more, and well, you get the picture). Say goodbye to fish burps, and hello to a very tasty breakfast!

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  • This is my favorite of Old Wessex's hot cereals. The texture reminds me of cream of wheat. I usually cook it with soy milk instead of water and then add some fresh fruit (bananas and strawberries) and a drizzle of honey. YUM!

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  • I try to have a bowl of oatmeal every morning for breakfast. I love Old Wessex brand cereals. The porridge oats are creamy and high in fiber. Add fresh fruit for a really delicious and satisfying breakfast.

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  • This stuff is pretty tasty and a healthy way to start the day.

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  • Its a British thing. Weetabix is really a curious cereal that is very tasty and also very healthy for you. Each package contains 24 'bricks' made from hearty whole grain wheat. The texture is crumbly and brittle. Some people pour ... Its a British thing. Weetabix is really a curious cereal that is very tasty and also very healthy for you. Each package contains 24 'bricks' made from hearty whole grain wheat. The texture is crumbly and brittle. Some people pour milk over it to make it mushy - not my favorite. Others like to spread regular or peanut butter or jam and eat it like a biscuit - doing it this way lets you enjoy the crispy texture and how it melts away in your mouth. Or you could just eat them plain, though you should eat them over something unless you want to leave a trail of evidence. You can buy this from the site linked but you can probably find this cheaper at many supermarkets not just those specializing in international fare. You probably walked past it on your way to pick up some more Count Chocula or Trix. Its organic, whole wheat, high fiber and of course, its British!

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