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Hi-Lo Cereal Strawberry

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Product Review Added Date: 12-08-2007 11:41 ET
Product Review Added By: noma

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

Nutritional Information per 1/2 cup/30 serving:
Calories: 90, Fat: 1g, Carbs: 14g, Fibre: 6g, Sugars: 5g, Protein: 12g
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Comment Date: 08-14-2008 18:49 ET
By: Shilps (voted: )

Love it, love it, LOVE IT!!!  I can eat this stuff on it's own, but I usually have it with Almond Breeze as a breakfast.  It's great and crunchy (but don't let it sit for long - it doesn't taste good soggy, but I don't think much does!).  It manages to keep me satisfied for a good period of time!


Comment Date: 12-13-2007 16:19 ET
By: BrianB (voted: )

I thought this cereal was very good - the strawberry bits were tasty.  A great value compared to some of the other high protein cereals.  It has more carbs, and less protein than the ProtiDiet Honey Nut cereal, but is a more complex cereal too and a nice change.

Comment Date: 12-13-2007 14:52 ET
By: DaveD (voted: )

Good but kind of cardboard-ish.  Tasted great when mixed with another sweeter cereal such as Dixie Diner Smaps All Natural Soy Cereal Sweet Maple

Comment Date: 12-09-2007 11:15 ET
By: Ada (voted: )

This is not sweetened with Splenda as the Vanilla Almond and Maple Pecan flavours are so it is not the one to eat dry as a sweet healthy snack like the others.  However, with soy milk (of course sweetened with Brian's liquid Splenda) it is very tasty and and few pieces of strawberry that are in there do add a nice taste when they hit the taste buds.

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