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Last year, I had an opportunity to attend a blogger event at the General Mills Headquarters in Minneapolis, Minnesota. On the last day of the event, we ventured into the Betty Crocker Kitchens for a HUGE taste testing of some of their latest products. For the first time, I tried several Fiber One foods. Fiber One is a line of a line of cereals, bars, yogurts, toaster pastries, bread, cottage cheese, and baking products high in fiber. What surprised me was that the products didn’t really taste that much different than their conventional counterparts.
Consuming a high fiber diet may aid in maintaining digestive health and a healthy weight. The recommended amount of fiber is 25 grams per day, but many of us do good to consume half of that amount. Fiber One products can help achieve the goal of 25 grams a day.
Fiber One recently introduced their new yogurt which contains 50 calories, 5 grams of fiber and zero fat. One serving provide 20% of the RDA for fiber. It’s available in four flavors, strawberry, key lime, vanilla, and peach (all of which I like except key lime). I like to eat yogurt because it’s a great source of calcium, vitamin D, and probiotics (live and active cultures). The added fiber contributes to the benefits yogurt is already known for. Despite the fact that the yogurt is high in fiber, it’s creaminess has been maintained. Even the Hungry Girl likes it!
The only suggestion I have is that I would love to see the company use a product like Stevia in place of Aspartame.
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I did not receive compensation for this post. I received a gift card and a coupon, courtesy of Fiber One and MyBlogSpark, to facilitate this review.