Breakfast of champions
By Judith Green
July 23, 2006
Thanks to Rob Holston for his article on the 'breakfast of champions'
for the 21st century - Kashi. Champions of what, you may ask?!
Good (learning) power!
Kashi makes several different cold breakfast cereals, each of
which is made from a list of ingredients even elementary school
children can read and understand. SO it has to be good, it is
made from good earth-y ingredients. And manufactured in the USA.
Ketchikan, AK - USA
About: Return-ee to Ketchikan,
to be a retire-ee, a local shopper and consumer of 'made in USA'
products, along with healthy living choices.
- Kashi GOLEAN Crunch is about as good as it gets as a way to
start your day with a truly nutritious breakfast cereal. For
America, this simple fact could save the nation billions of dollars.
How can a breakfast cereal do that? Simple, one decision at
a time. If you're like me, you have been disappointed with many
breakfast cereals that you've tried. This one's too sweet, or
worse yet, this one's got aspartame (artificial sweetener) yuck!
This one is too grainy, too mushy too? I'm not against mush;
the Montana colloquialism for oatmeal is "mush". Natural
oat meal is very high on my list of great breakfasts, but when
it comes to a cereal that goes "crunch" and is good
for America, Kashi GOLEAN Crunch is about as good as it gets.
Here's why. - More...
Sunday - July 23, 2006
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