Low Glycemic Breakfast Cereal

March 15, 2006 by  
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Finally, With this product, the line is complete. Come and see Dr Sears New Cereal, Ruth

“Each serving of delicious and satisfying Dr. Sears Honey Almond Zone Cereal contains 14g of Protein and 5g of Fiber. Zone Cereal is a Low Glycemic Index food. When tested, Zone Cereal was determined to have an average Glycemic Index of only 22!

You have to try a bowl to believe how tasty this Honey Almond Zone Cereal really is!

Important Note: 25 grams of soy protein a day, as part of a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol, may reduce the risk of heart disease. A serving of Zone Cereal supplies 7.8 grams of soy protein.

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One Response to “Low Glycemic Breakfast Cereal”
  1. DanO says:

    I picked up this cereal in an attempt to eat a healthier breakfast. I’ve tried some other high fiber cereals and the taste left alot to be desired. The Zone cereal is actually quite tasty and worth a try.

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