My husband is always on the run. He leaves right before we start breakfast, and rarely if ever eats anything during the morning hours; unless you count chugging endless amounts of coffee as nutritional. I sure don’t.
I try to tell him that the way to stay alert, energized, and healthy- is to EAT! Eat breakfast! Eat SOMETHING! It always seems like he’s running out the door too quickly to even consider my (wise) words.
I’m thinking about recommending that he try belVita Breakfast Biscuits– crunchy lightly sweet biscuits that come in convenient packs of 4 in delicious flavors like Cinnamon Brown Sugar and Chocolate. This might seem sinful, BUT- they are a great source of whole grain (18-20 grams per serving) and fiber! They give you nutritious sustained energy for the whole morning, and contain no high-fructose corn syrup, no artificial flavors or sweeteners.
You can find belVita Breakfast Biscuits in the cookie isle- but they are also located conveniently near the check out counter for those on the go- like my coffee chugging husband. Don’t let the cookie aisle deter you- it IS a biscuit! Although, telling people you got this nutritious biscuit from the cookie aisle might be even more satisfying if you think about it.
Oh hey, and to top it all off- did you hear about the belVita Breakfast Challenge at Walmart? At walmart.com/belvita, visitors can enter to win a $500 Walmart gift card by completing the 3 challenges! $500 is a lot of moolah!
Check out belVita the next time you’re running around like crazy in the morning but still want to stay energized and satisfied- and head over and enter to win!
NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Open to residents of the 50 U.S. and D.C., 18 years and older. Visit www.walmart.com/belVita to enter and see Official Rules. Ends 9/15/12.
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