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ProtiDiet Honey Nut Flavoured Soy Cereal

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Product Review Added Date: 11-28-2007 18:01 ET
Product Review Added By: noma (voted: )

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Serving size: 25 g, Calories: 100, Protein: 15 g, Total Fat: 2.5 g,  Potassium: 220 mg, Total Carbohydrates: 5 g, Dietary Fiber: 2 g, Sugars: 2 g

As long as I have these I'll never miss Honey Nut Cheerios. They're great mixed in with plain yogurt and berries. They are a bit pricey so I won't be eating them everyday, but considering that they contain a full 15 grams of protein (and they taste so darn good), I'll continue to buy these for travel and an occasional treat.

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Comment Date: 05-18-2008 11:37 ET
By: tommyboy (voted: )

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Comment Date: 01-29-2008 19:43 ET
By: DaveD (voted: )

These are great as a snack to fill those mid-afternoon "munchies".  I keep some spare at work or when I know I'll be at a long meeting or seminar.  Instead of a muffin or some other high carb/fat snack that is usually served, I whip out my "cheerios" and munch on them.

Comment Date: 12-05-2007 22:51 ET
By: Ada (voted: )

Absolutely love these both with unsweetened soy milk (add Splenda liquid) or as Brian said as a dry snack.  As a matter of a fact I think this is fast becoming my new addiction.

Comment Date: 11-30-2007 11:59 ET
By: BrianB (voted: )

These are a daily part of my diet -- I have at least one package every day.  They make a great cereal, but they are so sweet and crunchy that they make a great dry snack too.  This is a great way to get in some protein without a ton of carbs.  I love these.

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