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SLIMMERKIWI SparkPoints: (145,572)
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3/16/13 6:55 P

O.K. - I am Kiwi through and through and eat a very high fibre diet (generally over 42g daily)

Most my breakfasts I have Rolled Oats - 41 grams and add 10 grams of bakers bran (wheat), and have 1/2 medium banana - it gives me a breakfast fiber total of 10 grams.

Some days I have toast - generally 2 slices Toast Burgen Wholemeal & Seeds for Weight Management - that is 9g fibre - if I add mashed banana it gives me more.

I don't eat these, but Sanitarium Weet-Bix are 3.2g Fibre and 100 calories per a serving of 2, and,

Uncle Tobys Cheerios (Honey & Oats) have 3g Fibre and 113 calories per 30g serve and are Heart Foundation Tick, too!

Kellogg's All-Bran Honey Almond have 7g Fibre for a 45g Serve (1 cup) with 164 Calories and is Heart Foundation Tick

Adding fruit to the cereals adds more fibre.

I know you didn't ask for lunch, but I often have 2 Freya's Sandwich Thins (5.1g Fibre and only 117 cal's each) with salads and protein.

Hope it helps
Kris


Edited by: SLIMMERKIWI at: 3/16/2013 (18:56)
MICHELLEXXXX SparkPoints: (7,808)
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3/16/13 6:43 P

I get more than my RDA of fiber easily from veggies.

BARBANNA SparkPoints: (107,935)
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3/16/13 5:38 P

I love shredded wheat!

PORTEOUS1987 Posts: 1
3/16/13 4:12 P

Hi there i'm new to these message boards. I'm looking for some high fiber breakfast cereals that are available in New Zealand?

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