Kashi® GoLean® Truly Vanilla® Instant Hot Cereal 8-1.4 oz. Packets

The seven whole grain company. Creamy. All natural. 9 g protein. 7 g fiber. ALA omega-3. 350 mg per serving. Stay full longer (Go Lean products are designed to promote a feeling of fullness by increasing daily intake of protein and fiber.)! See back panel for information. Kashi Go Lean instant hot cereal helps you stay satisfied and on track to being your healthiest. So treat yourself right and enjoy it with a bowl of warm, creamy cereal touched with the natural sweetness of vanilla. At Kashi, we believe that everyone has the power to make positive healthy lifestyle changes. But staying committed to healthy eating and exercises isn't easy. That's why we developed Go Lean, an assortment of delicious, convenient food options, to be an easy part of your commitment to a healthier, leaner you. 9 g Protein: Go Lean Creamy hot cereal provides a good source of protein from soy. Protein helps give you a lasting feeling of satisfaction and is essential for muscle development. 7 g Fiber: Made with Kashi's unique blend of 7 whole grains and sesame, Go Lean Creamy hot cereal is high in fiber. Fiber helps you feel full longer and helps keep your digestive system running smoothly. ALA Omega-3. 350 mg per Serving: The flax seeds in Go Lean Creamy hot cereal deliver essential fats to your diet. Because your body needs fat, even when you're managing your weight, it's important to choose fats that contribute positively to your health. For recipes and special offers, visit us at www.kashi.com. We invite you to try our Go Lean line of cereals and snack bars. Each has our unique combination of protein and fiber and is a delicious way to eat right. Have something to share? Visit us at www.kashi.com. Call 877-7GRAINS (877-747-2467). 100% Whole Grain: 20 g or more per serving. Eat 48 g or more of whole grains daily. WholeGrainsCouncil.org. 100% recycled paperboard. Exchange (Per Serving): 1-1/2 Carbohydrates & 1 Protein. The dietary exchanges are based on the Choose Your Foods: Exchange Lists for Diabetes, copyright 2008 by American Dietetic Association and American Diabetes Association.

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