Ross Enamait Article on Cereal

Discussion in 'Dieting / Supplement Discussion' started by MikeMartial, Jun 17, 2008.

  1. MikeMartial

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    Thanks for sharing!
     
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    I always give my wife the evil eye when she buys cereal. Now I can point to this and say, "See. I told you cereal was a communist conspriacy."
     
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    In the end, if you add cereal as the occasional shitty, but kinda tasty "treat", like a donut or cookie, it's alright. But totally, thinking cereal is a healthy part of your diet and making it a nutritional mainstay is pure ignorance. I personally am never motivated to touch the junk.

    +1 Mike
     
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    Sinister Doctor of Doom Staff Member Senior Moderator

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    I don't give a shit what Ross says.

    Cinnamon Toast Crunch FTW.
     
  6. Ziltoid

    Ziltoid In search for the Ultimate cup of Coffee

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    +1. I tell my wife and my mom the same shit. I dont even eat cereal and havent for years. My mom buys a shit load of cereals and then brings them to my house and im like wtf??!! She tells me, "Oh they were on sale." So fuckin what! I dont eat it anyway, lol! She drives me crazy with that shit. I dont even give cereal to my kids.

    Also...I have to agree with KK though...Cinnamon Toast Crunch is the shit, lol!
     
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    I eat cereal as a snack. Usually organic whole grain raisin bran. It isn't as bad as most cereal, and tastes pretty good. It also has lots of calories and as well as protein from milk.
     
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    Didn't see this coming from you. Nice.

    Shit is addictive. I had eaten cereal fro breakfast for damn near my entire life before reading up on nutrition. I still get suckered in and buy a box, but I try to make sure it's healthier than the alternatives. Kashi is good stuff.
     
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    I'll have a bowl of bran flakes or weetabix every few weeks as a midday snack - never breakfast. Oats have pwned into oblivion all that came before.
     
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    Captain Crunch is great. Mixing the left over milk with rum aint bad either.
     
  11. Bry

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    Cereal is the devil!
    Haven't touched it in over two years.

    My wife still buys the crap, but I only let my little one have twice a week. The other five days she eats eggs.

    Bry
     
  12. Bry

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    Bran!
    Research that one and you will be unpleasantly surprised!


    Bry
     
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    is this stuff decent? I've been thinking its good for me. Its Fn delicious!

    Ingredients: Kashi Seven Whole Grains and Sesame
     
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    Lol, Cereal took an ass kicking in this thread.

    I totally agree though and I haven't had cereal in a long time either, I'm not even sure if I'd like the taste anymore.
     
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    Oh and to the guys who's girlfriends or wives don't listen to the warnings - I know where you are coming from!. Numerous times I tell my girlfriend about stuff I've learned on D+S and she just dismisses it and follows the latest fad diet from some glossy magazine.
     
  16. Bry

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    13 Grams of delicious and nutritious sugar!

    Got to love that!

    Bry
     
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    In that case this is a very sad day for me
     
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    wow, nice post. I'm off to go get my lucky charms FTW
     
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    I don't have to worry about my girlfriend buying crappy cereal, she doesn't even eat breakfast usually... wait that's not good either! Her excuse? It takes too long to eat a bowl of oatmeal or shredded wheat.
     
  20. Ben Stigar

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    Cracklin' Oat Bran - it's no coincidence that "crack" is in the title. It's a horrible substance to put into your body, but once you do you'll never go back to eggs and oatmeal.
     

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