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What breakfast cereals have the highest fiber?

imported_Tomato

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Grape Nuts are disgusting, and today the doctor advised me to eat a bowl of high-fiber cereal every morning, a salad for lunch or dinner and to work out 5 days a week for 30 minutes at a time. I guess I've let my lifestyle slip into too much fast food and sloth, doh.

Can anyone recommend a high-fiber cereal that tastes good? The only one I can think of is Grape Nuts, but those don't taste very good IMO.
 

eakers

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kashi go lean! 11grams of fiber and 14(!!!!) grams of protien

eta; i also got told to eat more fiber. i also choose high fiber breads with >9g of fiber for 2 pieces (hard to find)
 

djheater

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Originally posted by: eakers
kashi go lean! 11grams of fiber and 14(!!!!) grams of protien

eta; i also got told to eat more fiber. i also choose high fiber breads with >9g of fiber for 2 pieces (hard to find)
Winnar

The crunch flavor is good to change it up every now and then.
 

Crazymofo

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another vote for go lean crunch... for as healthy as it is it shouldn't taste as good as it does!
 

Pliablemoose

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Just look for whole grain products, whole wheat bread is great, and brown rice too.

Oatmeal, etc, just remember if it's been processed, it's bad for you.
 

awal

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Originally posted by: Pliablemoose
Just look for whole grain products, whole wheat bread is great, and brown rice too.

Oatmeal, etc, just remember if it's been processed, it's bad for you.
Bad for you as in not as good as unprocessed or bad as in not worth eating.
me = lazy
 

kranky

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Originally posted by: eakers
kashi go lean! 11grams of fiber and 14(!!!!) grams of protien
Just a warning - start with small amounts if you aren't used to a lot of fiber. Otherwise, you'll be stinkin' up the office while doubled over with cramps.
 

SludgeFactory

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You need regularity? Weight loss? Doctor just thinks your diet sucks?

If you want strictly high fiber without a lot of calories then Fiber One is about the best for that. It's sweetened with nutrasweet and is a little better than All Bran to me. This may not be up to your taste demands though.

If you have to have a lot of sugar in the mix, a serving of regular old raisin bran beats Grapenuts for fiber. And it's fully capable of sending you to the toilet on a regular basis.
 

ConwayJim

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I eat a lot of raison bran, but just recently i switched to muslix, it's got lots of whole grains and tastes great.
 

MySoS

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Fiber One > Koshi Go Lean.

Fiber Content
Fiber One >> Koshi Go Lean

Fewer Calories
Fiber One >> Koshi Go Lean.

1 cup of fiber one has 26 grams of fiber.

 

eakers

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Originally posted by: MySoS
Fiber One > Koshi Go Lean.

Fiber Content
Fiber One >> Koshi Go Lean

Fewer Calories
Fiber One >> Koshi Go Lean.

1 cup of fiber one has 26 grams of fiber.
kashi is higher in cals because it is high in protein.
 

MySoS

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Originally posted by: eakers
Originally posted by: MySoS
Fiber One > Koshi Go Lean.

Fiber Content
Fiber One >> Koshi Go Lean

Fewer Calories
Fiber One >> Koshi Go Lean.

1 cup of fiber one has 26 grams of fiber.
kashi is higher in cals because it is high in protein.

True but per cup Fiber One still has over twice as much Fiber.
 

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