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Looking For A Whole Grain, High Fiber Cold Cereal
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I want to start my day with a high fiber cereal, that actually tastes good too. I haven't found any yet. Please if anyone has any brands, or suggestions, they would be helpful. Thank you!

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I want to start my day with a high fiber cereal, that actually tastes good too. I haven't found any yet. Please if anyone has any brands, or suggestions, they would be helpful. Thank you!

EnjoyLifeFoods makes Perky's Nutty Flax cereal. It's high fiber, high protein and FLAX which has omega 3's. I abstain from gluten, dairy, soy, eggg and cane sugar for diagnosed food allergies and celiac disease. So that cereal was safe and quick for me. You can order it online from www.enjoylifefoods. com or maybe buy it in a local Whole Foods or Wild Oats, whatever you have in your area.

BURDEE

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Nature's Path makes Mesa Sunrise, which isn't super high in fibre, but IS whole grain. My mom eats it (I can't because I'm allergic to buckwheat and rice), and she adds a little extra flax in it.

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Thanks for the suggestions, I just ordered the Perky's cereal

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I want to start my day with a high fiber cereal, that actually tastes good too. I haven't found any yet. Please if anyone has any brands, or suggestions, they would be helpful. Thank you!

http://www.lydiasorganics.com/

Give Lydia's a try. not only is it granola like, it is good and high in fiber.

Bob

gluten-free 1999

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I also eat Perky's Nutty Flax cereal every morning. I wouldn't say it tastes *good*, it doesn't really taste like much at all. I add a banana to it - that helps. It has tons of fiber, which has really helped me out, so even though it doesn't taste fantastic, I eat it anyway.

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