Fiber One Fruit Snacks – Worse than Candy?

Fiber One Fruit Snacks – Worse than Candy?

This a guest post by Bridgett Kidd, MPH, RD. Food companies have many tricks for convincing parents that kid-targeted junk food is healthy.  Chocolate-filled granola bars packing nearly 3 teaspoons of sugar and only 1g of fiber are marketed as … Continue reading

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Only 10% of Americans Get Enough Fiber. Will A New Fiber One Cereal Help?

Only 10% of Americans Get Enough Fiber. Will A New Fiber One Cereal Help?

You’d think that with the cereal category being so saturated, manufacturers would focus their energy elsewhere. But no, new products are coming out all the time. We recently got an email alerting us to a new cereal in the Fiber … Continue reading

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FiberOne Yoplait – Zero Guilt? Not So Sure…

FiberOne Yoplait – Zero Guilt? Not So Sure…

Fiber is an important nutrient. Good sources of fiber are fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. We need 25 grams a day, but most of us fall short on this number because we don’t eat enough of the above. That’s why … Continue reading

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OMG! Why are there Over 70 Ingredients in Kellogg’s Fiber Plus Antioxidants Cereal?

OMG! Why are there Over 70 Ingredients in Kellogg’s Fiber Plus Antioxidants Cereal?

Kellogg’s is copying a page from General Mills’ Fiber One playbook, and is offering a fiber rich cereal line for our healthy dining pleasure. And they’ve one-upped their competitor by adding those magical purchase-inducing antioxidants into the mix. Hoping to … Continue reading

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