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Hi-Lo Cereal Maple Pecan

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Product Review Added Date: 12-08-2007 11:31 ET
Product Review Added By: noma

A high protein, high fibre, low fat cereal that comes in 4 flavours: Original, Original with Strawberry Pieces, Vanilla Almond and Maple Pecan. This review is for the Maple Pecan Flavour.

Nutritional Information per 1/2 cup/30 serving:
Calories: 90, Fat: 2g, Carbs: 13g, Fibre: 7g, Sugars: 1g, Protein: 12g
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Comment Date: 07-24-2008 13:13 ET
By: bri070102 (voted: )

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Comment Date: 12-08-2007 12:25 ET
By: Ada (voted: )

Absolutely delicious, wonderfully crunchy  and definitely strong competition with Protidiet Honey Nut Soy Cereal as tops in my books.  There are 4 flavours.  I have tried to date only the Maple Pecan.   It is sold at the Low Carb Grocery Store.  It has a little less protein at 12 gms but more fibre at 7 gms.  Really alot of bang for your calorie buck.  Net carbs are 6 gms.  Best of all, with about 10 servings per box costing $5.49 the cost is about 1/3 that of the Protidiet cereal.  Actually, am off to the Low Carb Store today to stock up on this great cereal and will try the other flavours as well.

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