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  • With 200 calories, 500mg of omega-three fatty acids, and as much protein as an egg in every 1-cup serving, this nutritious and delicious breakfast cereal could win over even the strongest health-food skeptic
  • As much as I love this cereal, I do have some criticisms
  • I know this sounds a little extreme and time consuming, but it's worth it to see how much sugar you can eliminate through this process

    • by Kelsey
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      Every day for the past 2 years, I’ve eaten Kashi GO LEAN Cereal for breakfast. For anyone that’s looking for a healthy, tasty, and satisfying meal at the start of the day, Kashi GO LEAN Crunch! Honey Almond Flax is a great option. With 200 calories, 500mg of omega-three fatty acids, and “as much protein as an egg” in every 1-cup serving, this nutritious and delicious breakfast cereal could win over even the strongest health-food skeptic. On the Kashi website, this particular cereal

      is loved by 95% of its consumers.

      As much as I love this cereal, I do have some criticisms. First, if Kashi continues to fill the cereal boxes with huge clumps of crunchy cereal, their customers are not going to have any teeth to eat it with. Every time I open a new box, I have to get a jar and smash the bag of cereal to crush the ping-pong sized clumps of whole grain oats, seeds, and nuts, cemented together by ...


      • excess sugar.

        That’s my other complaint…the sugar. At 12 grams per serving, this cereal exceeds the nutritionist-recommended limit. However, I feel a little better knowing that the sugar in Kashi products is “evaporated cane juice crystals.” I wish, and reviewers on the Kashi website agree, that this cereal would be better if it had a little less sugar. Something I do after I crush the cereal into manageable pieces is I sift it in a small-holed strainer. I know this sounds a little

        extreme and time consuming, but it’s worth it to see how much sugar you can eliminate through this process. However, it’s important to recognize that some of the flax seed and good ingredients are also sifted out with the sugar. This is partly why I mix in an additional tablespoon of flaxseed into each bowl.

        This cereal is one of the many Kashi products I eat every day. In general, I really trust the Kashi brand and appreciate the coupons they often put on the packaging.




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