Those who follow this blog know, I was pretty low carb for a long time… but on reflection it didn’t really make me happy.
Changing my diet over the last few months back to a low GI way of eating-so slow releasing, healthy carbs, good quality lean protein, whole foods, dairy, fish, fruit and vegetables with treats every so often (basically MODERATION) has made me so much more smiley and I’ve got tonnes more energy to boot!
I always make sure my kids eat a healthy diet too and that means starting their day off with a filling breakfast!
We all love cereal in this house and are in love with Kellogg’s new Rice Krispies Multi- Grain cereal the boys like to eat most mornings-in fact I’ve also been known to even eat a bowl on an evening, after dinner with a cup of Rooibos tea! Perfection!
We also enjoy the odd bowl of standard rice krispies and can be seen eating them for breakfast in the photos we took last Sunday-(snap, crackle, pop) before boiled eggs and fruit!
…With a vegetable patch in the garden and coming from a family of award winning restaurateurs, it’s important to me that my children understand the origins of food as much as finding enjoyment in eating it.
Like myself, Kellogg’s are on a journey to teach kids where their food comes from and this video is part of their mission.
This charming, beautifully shot film features a school trip visiting one of the sustainable farms Kellogg’s have used for many years: Warden Farm in Oxfordshire, clearly showing the goodness of natural grains and the journey from seed to spoon.
It’s pretty inspiring stuff and I’m certain these kids won’t look at cereal in the same way again! Who knows, some might even feel encouraged to become future farmers too! Wouldn’t that be wonderful?! Check it out:
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