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Fiber One and a $25 Publix GC


Hey Neighbors!

How many of you have tried the Fiber One bars?  We received 4 of them to try, 1 Oats and Chocolate, 1 Coconut and Almond, 1 Caramel Nut and 1 Trail Mix.  Now, the minute I opened the package I was surrounded by people asking to try them.  Needless to say, they did not even last 24 hours.  These were definitely not wasted, nor did they sit around uneaten.  They vanished!  Quickly!  SO quickly, that I did not even get a chance to take a picture of the opened Trail Mix Bar.





We did a little sharing so we could all try some.  Everyone agreed that they tasted GREAT!  My daughters like the chewy texture.

Did You Know: 9 out of 10 Americans aren’t getting the recommended amount of fiber each day? Now getting your fiber has never been tastier than with Fiber One's new Trail Mix and Protein bars. Taking care of yourself suddenly sounds like fun!

Now I am assured of a way to get extra fiber into my children.  You know how they are, if it is good for you, there must be something wrong with it!  So, since all of them liked the Fiber One Protein Bars, I know I can always pick up a package of their favorites!

Not only did we receive the Fiber One Bars, we also received a $25 Publix Gift Card, so we can purchase more Fiber One.  Of course shopping at Publix is always fun anyway.  My husband and son LOVE their subs!

The very best news is, one of my neighbors here at the Fence will receive a gift pack just like mine.  Are you ready to enter?  Be sure to share the news with some of your friends.  I look forward to seeing you At the Fence soon!

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Comments

Momma Told Me said…
We take powder fiber supplements.
JC said…
We kick off a day by having oatmeal in breakfast.
Jennifer said…
We actually love the fiber one bars and always have the oats and chocolate on hand
Laura said…
I personally take a fiber supplement, but I really try to implement fresh veggies into our meals to bring in the fiber!
Sandra VanHoey said…
I take metamucil to add to mine and try to eat things like grapes, etc
Janet W. said…
We try to eat fruits every day, especially apples!
scottsgal said…
we eat high fiber cereals
skkorman said…
We have oatmeal nearly every morning and eat only whole grain pasta and bread!

skkorman AT bellsouth DOT net
latanya t said…
I'm currently not doing anything to add fiber to my diet
Catalina said…
I add Fiber to my diet by leaving the skin on potatoes, vegetables and the fruits that you can leave them on!
Unknown said…
We love to eat cereal that is rich in fiber!
Nknouse22 said…
We eat Fiber One
dlhaley said…
We eat high fiber whole wheat bread and pasta.
Anonymous said…
we try to eat more fiber rich cereal.
Thanks, Karen
lemontart5kb at gmail dot com
G said…
I eat a lot of Kale and Spinach!
Georgiana
Ray said…
I always have a big bowl of oatmeal with flaxseed for breakfast to get my fiber in. Thanks!
Wanda McHenry said…
We try to have greens every day
Wendy Rozema said…
by eating vegetables & fruits!
Ashley H said…
cereals and whole grains
Anonymous said…
We eat fruits & vegetables.
marcia goss said…
I buy high fiber, whole grain bread.
marcia.goss@gmail.com
Karin said…
By eating beans
carolwegs said…
oatmeal to start the day. thanks
Tina said…
I eat almonds
merleandtina@Yahoo.com
Unknown said…
I cook beans about once a week, and give my kids fiber gummies.
Crystal said…
I drink the Sneaky Pete beverages!
CrystalW07 (at) aol.com
Allison Downes said…
I usually eat fiber one cereal

thanks for the chance to win!
ewhatley said…
oatmeal with fruit 3-4 times a week, lots of veggies, salad and fruit

mybeachylife at gmail dot com
Nancy said…
We eat lots of seasonal fresh fruits and veggies!

Nancy
allibrary (at) aol (dot) com
I have trouble adding fiber to my diet
bettycd said…
whole grain breads and fresh fruit

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