Fiber One 80 Calories Cereal

I have officially lost 20 pounds and I am not done. I have lost it in a short time by eating better, drinking lots of water and doing some seriously heart pounding workouts. And I know most people who are tying to lose weight have the hardest time with changing their eating habits. Here’s the things, don’t cut yourself completely off. Just eat the bad stuff less or in moderation. I mean do you honestly think 3 double meat cheeseburgers a day are going to help shed the pounds? Probably not.

One of the biggest keys is managing to burn more calories than you eat. So let’s work on this. With breakfast. And let’s add in some fiber with Fiber One 80 Calories.

 

The wait is over – brand new Fiber One 80 Calories cereal is on store shelves now! Each crunchy wheat and corn puff square in every bowl of Fiber One 80 Calories cereal has a light honey flavor – a delicious way to start your day. Fiber helps satisfy your hunger and helps you feel full, making it a great tool to help manage your weight.

With 40 percent of the Daily Value of fiber in one 80 calorie serving, Fiber One 80 Calories cereal can help curb your hunger, which can help you stick to your weight loss plan.

With great-tasting Fiber One 80 Calories cereal, there is a new breakfast option that helps you feel satisfied without sacrificing flavor!

 

Think about that. Less calories. Good. Fiber. Good. So you are already on the right track with a healthy breakfast. Leaving you a bit of extra room for something sweet for dessert and still probably staying within your calorie goal!

 

Are you hungry yet? If so, look for new Fiber One 80 Calories cereal on grocer’s shelves now! Visit http://www.fiberone.com/ for great information on healthy living and coupons for new products. Also, be sure to check out the Fiber One Facebook page and get involved in the conversation. We’d love to hear how you feel satisfied with new Fiber One 80 Calories cereal!

 

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