Thursday, July 10, 2014

Breakfast's Best Buds - Kellogg's #CerealAndMilk #Kelloggers #Giveaway

Along with 78 per cent of Canadians, in high school every morning I ate cereal for breakfast. So when I started commuting almost an hour and a half to university, I got creative...and got made fun of by my fellow freshman. I needed to have my Kellogg's Mini-Wheats, but to save time in the morning, I would throw some Mini-Wheats into a plastic sandwich bag...and bring my milk in a sports bottle. I would throw a Mini-Wheat in my mouth, and swallow it with the milk I brought. True story. And somehow, that year, I still managed to make life long friends. 

Do you have a morning ritual with Cereal and Milk? Check out the neat facts in the infographic below:

Do you have Cereal and Milk for breakfast? If so, check out this awesome giveaway one lucky YYZ Bambina reader will win! The prize pack is valued at approximately $50, and includes a vintage Kellogg’s ceramic cereal bowl, vintage Kellogg’s t-shirt, and an assortment of Kellogg’s cereals – all to celebrate Cereal & Milk! See below for an example of the prize pack – prize may not be exactly as shown. 



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Disclosure: I am part of the Kelloggers Network. As always, all opinions on this blog are my own.

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75 comments:

  1. Autumn R7/10/2014

    I love that 78% of Canadians eat cereal for breakfast...that is a lot of cereal-eaters! :-)

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  2. I am entering your giveaway.
    It would be great to win the Kellogg’s Prize Pack.
    In response to your question of
    What is your favourite fact from the infographic?
    My favourite fact is
    Good 4 U
    Cereal can decrease your risk of developing Type 2 diabetes.
    Thank you for having this giveaway!!!!!!!!

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  3. My favourite is the Protein fact. I know it's important to get protein in my diet and this is a simple way.

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  4. I love that there is so much protein in cereal! I have recently switched over to Kellogg's Special K Protein cereal because of this.

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  5. I like the fact that a bowl of cereal and milk costs about $0.53 per serving.

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  6. I like that cereal and milk has more protein than an egg and rye toast.

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  7. Maggie K.7/10/2014

    That cereal and milk is budget-friendly at around 53 cents a serving.

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  8. My fave fact is that eating cereal regularly can reduce your blood pressure - sounds like a good reason to me for eating it! (Judy Cowan)

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  9. I like that eating cereal regularly is associated with a lower risk of high blood pressure

    RAFFLECOPTER NAME is Anne Taylor

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  10. cereal can decrese your risk of developing type 2 diabetes! :)

    (Karla Sceviour)

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  11. the budget friendly infographic

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  12. That cereal and milk is budget-friendly at around 53 cents a serving I had no idea now I know im goung to tell a family that I know is struggling

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  13. My favourite fact is that cereal and milk costs about 53 cents a serving

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  14. budget friendly - 53c is a good deal

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  15. The Heart Smart info :)

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  16. I found it interesting that a bowl of Special K Protein cereal with milk has more protein than egg on rye toast.

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  17. That they are good on a budget.

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  18. I like that cereal can decrease the risk of developing type 2 diabetes , wow thats great

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  19. The fact that Special K Protein cereal has more protein than an egg.

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  20. My favorite fact is that a bowl of cereal and milk costs about $0.53 per serving. That is pretty good

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  21. Children who eat cereal for breakfast have healthier body weights. That's good.

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  22. That cereal decreases your chance of having type 2 diabetes

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  23. A bowl of cereal and milk costs about 53 cents per serving.

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  24. I like the budget friendly part about the cereal 53 cents per serving

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  25. 78% of Canadians have Cereal & Milk for breakfast.. that's pretty impressive!

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  26. Victoria Ess7/11/2014

    My favourite fact is that a bowl of cereal and milk costs about 53 cents per serving.

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  27. 78 % of CDNs start the day with cereal

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  28. How budget friendly cereal and milk truly is! (Suzi)

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  29. Cereal can decrese your risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Good to know in my family!

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  30. Cereal can decrese your risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Good to know in my family!

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  31. I like the budget friendly tip.

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  32. 78% of Canadians eat cereal!

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  33. all those facts are eye openers. I would not have guessed a lot of them.

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  34. That cereal can decrease your risk of developing Type 2 diabetes.

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  35. Eating cereal will lower risk of high blood pressure

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  36. Less than 5% of sugar in cereal!

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  37. 78% of Canadians eat cereal for breakfast!

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  38. Eating cereal regularly is associated with lower risk of developing high blood pressure!

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  39. A bowl of milk and cereal costs about 53¢ per serving making it budget friendly :)

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  40. My favourite fact is that there is more Protein in cereal than an egg on rye toast! I did not know that!

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  41. Cereal can decrease your risk of developing Type 2 diabetes.

    Lori R Jackson

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  42. 78% of Canadians eat cereal for breakfast!

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  43. I like the being sweet info - cereal counts for less then 5% of the sugar in our daily carbs.

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  44. i love that over that 78% of Canadians eat cereal for breakfast

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  45. Learning that 78% of Canadians eat cereal for breakfast!

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  46. The fact is that eating cereal regularly can reduce your blood pressure - sounds like a good reason to me for eating it!

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  47. Since my dad has type 2 diabetes, my favourite stat is that eating cereal for breakfast can help keep type 2 diabetes risk low.

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  48. Children who eat cereal for breakfast have healthier body weights

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  49. 78% of Canadians eat cereal for breakfast
    thanks

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  50. decrease risk of diabetes

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  51. Anonymous7/14/2014

    the budget friendly one
    jan

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  52. alot more canadians eat cereal than I thot, :)

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  53. I liked that children who eat cereal for breakfast have a healthier body weight.

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  54. I found it interesting that a bowl of cereal with milk costs about 53 cents.

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  55. BobbiJo Pentney7/15/2014

    That no matter what cereal people ate they were at a healthier body weight.

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  56. Budget Friendly is my favourite fact on the infographic. Only 53 cents a serving!

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  57. Anonymous7/15/2014

    I like the fact that Special K Protein cereal has more protein than an egg. I have tried this cereal and it is really good and does make you feel full.
    Florence C

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  58. I like that cereal and milk has more protein than an egg and rye toast. I did not know that.

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  59. decrease risk of diabetes

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  60. I love reading that it is budget friendly and lowers risk of heart probs

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  61. I like how visually attractive it is.

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  62. That it's an easy way to get protein in my diet.

    billiondollarprincesss@hotmail.com

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  63. cheryl7/20/2014

    I was surprised at the health benefits

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  64. eating cereal regularly lowers the development of high blood pressure.

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  65. People who eat breakfast tend to make more healthier choices.

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  66. My favorite is the Protein fact.

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  67. i love that it's heart friendly

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  68. I like that a bowl of cereal is 53 cents, cheap, easy, filling meal

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  69. I liked the fact cereal is so cheap at 53cents per serving!

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  70. I like that they are protein packed.

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  71. 78% of Canadians eat cereal

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  72. cereal and milk has more protein than an egg and rye toast

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  73. The fact that eating cereal regularly can reduce your blood pressure

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  74. Laurie P7/30/2014

    The nutritional punch!

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  75. I can't believe that it only costs 53 cents per bowl of cereal!

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