Monday, November 23, 2009

Kellogg's Froot Loops and Apple Jacks with FIBER

Like adults, 9 out of 10 kids lack enough fiber in their diets. Since, Fiber helps control weight, keep the digestive system working well, plays a role in the health of your heart and can even reduce the risk of diabetes, it is super important to include in our daily diet. Kellogg knows how tough of a time Moms have finding ways to increase their child's intake, and they came up with a great solution by adding a boost of fiber to some of their most popular kids' cereals. They started with two kids' favorites: Apple Jacks and Froot Loops cereals, which now have three grams of fiber per serving and are currently available on grocery shelves. Kellogg Company plans to extend the added fiber benefits to their other cereal lines over the next year.

Our family was really excited to conduct a taste test to see if Froot Loops and Apple Jacks cereals with added fiber were able maintain the same great taste. We were sent boxes of each kind of cereal to see if we could tell the difference between the regular cereals and the new fiber enhanced ones. We were pleasantly surprised with the SAME great taste, and honestly couldn't tell the difference between the cereal with fiber and the cereal without fiber! Honestly, the taste has not changed one bit! We found no difference at all in the taste or texture of these cereals with the added Fiber.

To find out how much fiber is recommended on a daily basis, check out the Kellogg's Fiber Guide. Froot Loops and Apple Jacks with Fiber offers 10% of the daily recommended amounts! We highly recommend that you give these new cereals a try! You kids will thank you :)

"I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour campaign by Mom Central on behalf of Kellogg’s and received boxes of Froot Loops and Apple Jacks and a gift certificate to thank me for taking the time to participate."


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