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Rip’s Big Bowl Cereal From Whole Foods

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rip's big bowl cereal engine 2 dietRip’s Big Bowl cereal is the original cereal developed for a popular Engine 2 diet, which is a healthy low-fat plant-based weight loss diet that was developed by the firefighter Rip Esselstyn.  Rip’s Big Bowl cereal is sold in Whole Foods, and this cereal is a very healthy way to start the day.

Here’s the cereal description from the package with the words of the Rip Esselstyn himself: “Rip’s Big Bowl has been my signature breakfast for more than twenty-five years.  I never get tired of it and no two bowls are ever quite the same when you add your favorite fruits and milk alternative.  The core of each Big Bowl is a bountiful blend of four wholesome whole grain cereals – oats, shredded wheat, wheat berries, and sprouted grain nuggets – topped off with the omega-3 all-stars: ground flaxseed and walnuts”.

Rip’s Big Bowl cereal package showcases the healthy nutrition: 34 g of whole gains, 6 g of fiber and 7 g of protein.  Here’s the nutritional information – a serving of Rip’s Big Bowl cereal is 1/2 cup of cereal, and it contains 210 calories, 6 g of fat, 0.5 g saturated fat, zero trans fat, zero cholesterol, 45 mg sodium, 36 g total carbohydrate, 6 g of fiber, 5 g of sugar, 7 g of protein, 4% of calcium, 10% of iron.

The ingredients of Rip’s Big Bowl cereal are: old fashioned rolled oats, shredded wheat, Uncle Sam cereal (whole wheat kernels, whole falxseed, salt, barley malt), raisins, organic sprouted grain nuggets (wheat, barley, millet, lentils, soybeans, spelt), ground flaxseed, walnuts.

Below is the closeup picture of the Rip’s Big Bowl cereal:

rip's big bowl dry cereal closeup picture

And here’s Rip’s Big Bowl cereal with milk:

rip's big bowl cereal with milk

If you like healthy cereals, be sure to check out Be Real Cereal and Cascadian Farm Organic Cinnamon Raisin Granola at Whole Foods.

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