My Plantcentric Journey


Number of ingredients that make up a cup of Kellogg’s Fiber Plus Berry Yogurt Crunch, including over 10 different sources of sugar!

From Oxygen Magazine 5/12

Whole grain wheat, sugar, rice, chicory root fiber, modified wheat starch, soluble corn fiber, whole grain oats, contains 2% or less of malt flavoring, salt, oat fiber, corn bran, corn syrup, wheat starch, degerminated yellow corn flour, honey, palm kernel oil, modified corn starch, nonfat milk, glycerin, apple puree, fruit juice concentrate (kiwi, strawberry, red raspberry, blueberry), canola oil, natural and artificial flavor, fructooligosaccharides, corn cereal, strawberries, blueberries, whey, monoglycerides, soy lecithin, corn starch, nonfat yogurt powder (heat treated after culturing), soybean oil, invert sugar, cinnamon, guar gum, caramel color, citric acid, BHT for freshness, beta carotene for color, red 40, blue 2, cellulose gum, green 3, blue 1, red 40 lake, blue 2 lake.

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When you see an ingredient list that long, it does not fit into a Whole Food, Clean Eating way of life.  Steer clear.

What is Clean Eating?

“The soul of clean eating is consuming food in its most natural state, or as close to it as possible.  It is not a diet; it’s a lifestyle approach to food and its preparation, leading to an improved life–one meal at a time.”  Here are some of their tips.

“Get Label Savvy.  Clean foods contain just one or two ingredients.  Any product with a long ingredient list is human-made and not considered clean.

Avoid Processed and Refined Foods such as white flour, sugar, bread and pasta.  Enjoy complex carbs such as whole grains instead.”

Taken from Clean Eating Magazine


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