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BLT, almond milk (unsweetened) can be a good choice. It's especially good in smoothies.

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Cop n Kitten, check labels. A lot of times those "gross healthy looking ones" have more sugar content, carbs, and sodium than a lot of other brands. I watched a lady in the commissary grab a box out of her son's hand and say sternly, "No, we don't eat that, we eat the healthy cereals," and giving me a dirty look b/c I had a cereal in my cart that this boy would have enjoyed. I read the labels , serving size, calorie count, and all the ingredients, and my cereal was a lot more "healthy" than hers.

And it all boils down to portion size. I actually eat the recommended serving size of cereal, sometimes with almond milk, often just w/ 2 % AND I almost always add whole flaxseed. I don't pour a big bowlful, and I don't add half n half and a ton of sugar. I add no sugar.

My point is just that sometimes those items packaged as healthy are not so healthy.

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When I did eat cereal, I liked Grape Nut Flakes with Parmalat or 1% milk. Now, I am on the road to drinking protein shakes again. Someone suggested I use almond milk. I have to check the carb content before trying it though. Cheerios is cool and filling...not the honey nut that everyone loves.

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I usually buy granola in bulk from Whole Foods, but decided to give muesli a try. It tasted as good as it looks and since it was on sale, I have quite a bit of it. Even the dog turns his nose up at it.

I'm going to figure out a way to use it as breading for something. Maybe fried twinkies..

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i usually have special k vanilla almond or raison bran. would like to try the healthier ones but they just look gross, and i would probably end up throwing them out.

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I haven't had cereal in forever either.. Could go for a bowl of Cocoa Pebbles right now though.

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I rarely eat cereal anymore. If I do, it's usually because I'm travelling. I'm a sucker for Raisin Bran.

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After reading the last two posts, I am so happy I don't eat cereal of any kind anymore.

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some of those cereals look like the box they came inwould be tastier

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Alpen Organic. Has a picture of a mountain on it. Must be the view from the factory in Jersey.

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