I recently tried out the new All-Bran chocolate wheats from Kelloggs and found them really nice. It’s great to know that as well as being tasty they are also healthy with plenty of fibre, so I’ll be looking out to buy these in future and I feel confident that they are a good breakfast choice!
Today Kelloggs are offering one In The Playroom reader the chance to win 2 cases full of this delicious new All-Bran chocolate wheats breakfast cereal. This is a total of 10 boxes of the cereal, which would keep you going for a while!
For your chance to win enter via the Rafflecopter at the end of the post
TASTY CEREAL THAT’S GOOD FOR YOUR TUM: INTRODUCING NEW ALL-BRAN CHOCOLATE WHEATS
Finding a cereal that tastes great but can also help with every day tummy niggles such as bloating and sluggishness can be hard- well not anymore thanks to Kellogg’s All-Bran.
It has introduced a delicious new chocolate cereal, which contains natural wheat bran fibre, scientifically proven to ease symptoms of digestive discomfort and help improve your overall well-being.
New All-Bran Chocolate Wheats is available now in all major supermarkets, with a RRP of £2.69 for a for a 340g box.
So if you’re looking for fun ways to fill up in the morning with fabulous fibre- try this tasty little chocolate number and say hello to a bran-new you.
Five Quick Fire Holiday Facts
- For one in ten British ladies, eight weeks of holiday body prep and pampering is undone in just six days because of changes to normal eating and drinking routines when abroad.
- Half of ladies (54 percent) admit to eating unhealthy foods on holiday and a quarter experience tummy niggles and bloating, two of the major symptoms of digestive discomfort.
- 27 per cent of women will go on a diet before a holiday and 17 per cent have spent over £200 on clothing in preparation for a holiday.
- Over a quarter of ladies (27 per cent) say digestive discomfort caused by a change in diet hinders their holidays with 17 per cent admitting to covering up and avoiding the pool because of bloated tums.
- As a result of an upset stomach, the average person will spend two days of their holiday feeling ill… an unlucky 3 per cent spent over a week feeling unwell.
Source: Kellogg’s All-Bran. Research carried out by Optimum on 2000 men and women between 30 May and 2 June.
For more information visit www.allbran.co.uk.