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which packaged breakfast cereal is best?

corn flakes or muesli or any other
also which brand and variety is good if u have tried

many brands like baggry, kelloggs, true elements etc

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many brands like baggry, kelloggs, true elements, soulful,alpino etc
variety like oats, muesli, ragi etc

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rajrocks wrote:

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Cornflakes

Brand- I buy local one ,same thing but cheaper.You can buy any.

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I found kelloggs muesli Fruit N Nut the best amongst all these.

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Cool07 wrote:

I found kelloggs muesli Fruit N Nut the best amongst all these.

A lot of sugar

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ElonMuskTesla wrote:

Cornflakes

Brand- I buy local one ,same thing but cheaper.You can buy any.

dont u think muesli+oats would be better than corn flakes?

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bikidas2060 wrote:

A lot of sugar

Thats a personal thing. In my family no one has ever complained regarding sugar content.

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Raj bhai you can have sprouted moongs. Avoid Kellogg it’s not good. In India they give plenty of sugar along with corn flakes. You can have one/two Bananas instead. 🙂🙂🙂 Boiled potatoes/sweet potatoes can be good alternative. You can have an egg.
If these are not feasible then try to buy locally produced corn flakes and oat meals from local store. 🙂🙂🙂 Oat meal is superior to corn flakes in my opinion.

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Cool07 wrote:

Thats a personal thing. In my family no one has ever complained regarding sugar content.

It’s slow poison bhai. If they are not complaining now, they definitely ll in future. Kellog gives one more sugar than recommended daily sugar intake.
You can google about it.

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bikidas2060 wrote:

Raj bhai you can have sprouted moongs. Avoid Kellogg it’s not good. In India they give plenty of sugar along with corn flakes. You can have one/two Bananas instead. 🙂🙂🙂 Boiled potatoes/sweet potatoes can be good alternative. You can have an egg.
If these are not feasible then try to buy locally produced corn flakes and oat meals from local store. 🙂🙂🙂 Oat meal is superior to corn flakes in my opinion.

bro, reason for preferring packaged breakfast cereal is
1. coud be consumed instantly without much effort for preparation in the morning. like with milk.
2. would be very easier and effortless as we order 1 kg around and can be consumed for a month instead running to local markets every week.
3. would contain all nutrients like for ex soulful oats+ragi+nuts+fruits (dried) would contain all these and many more.
4. price would be cheaper compared to if we buy everything separately and fresh.

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As per taste, Kellogg’s Fruit and Nut Muesli is the best.

Have tried bagrry one also. It isn’t good.

Kellogg’s nut one is also good

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bikidas2060 wrote:

It’s slow poison bhai. If they are not complaining now, they definitely ll in future. Kellog gives one more sugar than recommended daily sugar intake.
You can google about it.

which kellogg’s variety r u talking abt?

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Cool07 wrote:

Thats a personal thing. In my family no one has ever complained regarding sugar content.

He is talking about nutritional content .. not sugar per se

It is high on sugar

Normally all packaged and processed food are loaded with sugar and preservatives

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bikidas2060 wrote:

Every variants available in India bhai

if Kelloggs contains and i think all packaged other branded cereals might also contain right?

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rajrocks wrote:

if Kelloggs contains and i think all packaged other branded cereals might also contain right?

Better check the nutritional content or ingredients….you will find out and call out spade a spade

All kellogs or Barry&s etc are birds of same feather and they flock together

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rajrocks wrote:

bro, reason for preferring packaged breakfast cereal is
1. coud be consumed instantly without much effort for preparation in the morning. like with milk.
2. would be very easier and effortless as we order 1 kg around and can be consumed for a month instead running to local markets every week.
3. would contain all nutrients like for ex soulful oats+ragi+nuts+fruits (dried) would contain all these and many more.
4. price would be cheaper compared to if we buy everything separately and fresh.

Ok. Bhai buy nuts, corn flakes, resins etc locally.
roast nuts and keep it in an air tight container. And while having corn flakes(No Kellog/Baggery), add the nuts and raisins and have it. It is a simple method. You need to roast nuts once/ two weeks maybe.
Nuts suggestion, cheap peanuts can do the tricks, you can add almonds. In Kellog fruit n nuts, you will see thinly sliced almonds, which is good for visual representation only.

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bikidas2060 wrote:

Ok. Bhai buy nuts, corn flakes, resins etc locally.
roast nuts and keep it in an air tight container. And while having corn flakes(No Kellog/Baggery), add the nuts and raisins and have it. It is a simple method. You need to roast nuts once/ two weeks maybe.
Nuts suggestion, cheap peanuts can do the tricks, you can add almonds. In Kellog fruit n nuts, you will see thinly sliced almonds, which is good for visual representation only.

not sure whether i will get cornflakes locally. need to check on this.
can we get oats and ragi flakes also locally?

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rajrocks wrote:

not sure whether i will get cornflakes locally. need to check on this.
can we get oats and ragi flakes also locally?

Try this easy made healthy recipe.Easy to cook and healthy

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rajrocks wrote:

not sure whether i will get cornflakes locally. need to check on this.
can we get oats and ragi flakes also locally?

Yes

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rajrocks wrote:

dont u think muesli+oats would be better than corn flakes?

Both of them are not good for everyday breakfast in the long run from health perspective .They are easy to consume though .

As a breakfast, protiens are good like eggs ,etc

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rajrocks wrote:

not sure whether i will get cornflakes locally. need to check on this.
can we get oats and ragi flakes also locally?

bhai normal oats ate hain. oats flakes kaa pata nai

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ElonMuskTesla wrote:

Both of them are not good for everyday breakfast in the long run from health perspective .They are easy to consume though .

As a breakfast, protiens are good like eggs ,etc

Hey buddy. Name is soooooo awesome

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daily not possible. too much effort and time consuming. n same taste everyday.

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rajrocks wrote:

daily not possible. too much effort and time consuming. n same taste everyday.

Ok

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You should watch FitTuber 😂😂😂😂 you will leave all these Packaged things..

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rajrocks wrote:

daily not possible. too much effort and time consuming. n same taste everyday.

Bhai have Banana 🙈🤡😍😍😍😍 I love em soooo much

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161508 wrote:

You should watch FitTuber 😂😂😂😂 you will leave all these Packaged things..

ya saw the video posted above. will chk out other videos.

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