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All-Bran 5 Day Challenge & competition

Saturday, 16 August 2014



Start feeling All-Bran new in just 5 Days! I'm going to be taking part in the All-Bran Challenge which aims to prove that
it's easy to set tummy niggles aside and increase your fibre intake.

Why do we need to eat more fibre?  


Many people suffer from symptoms of digestive discomfort such as bloating and feelings of sluggishness from time to time. In fact, research estimates around 40% of the population suffer from bloating regularly.

Symptoms can often becomes worse when we are irregular and have a slow digestive transit time, which is where eating enough fibre, especially wheat bran fibre may help.

Kellogg Report, 2010, Taylor Nelson & Sofres (TNS) Research International; London; UK, 2010.

You can increase the amount of fibre in your diet by making some simple changes:
  • Start your day with a cereal high in natural wheat bran fibre, such as Kellogg's All-Bran.
  • Go for brown rice or whole wheat pasta instead of the white varieties – or try a 50:50 mix.
  • Opt for a handful of nuts or fruit instead of crisps, snack bars or biscuits.
  • Switch from white bread to wholemeal, seeded or another high-fibre variety.
  • Make sure you’re eating at least five servings of fruit and vegetables every day.
  • Add peas, beans or lentils to stews and casseroles.
  • Add extra vegetables when making meat sauce for lasagne, curries, chilli etc., or why not go veggie and make a meat free version for a change?
  • Choose wholemeal, oat or rye crackers instead of your usual variety.
The Kellogg's All-Bran range provides between 2.7g and 10.8g fibre per serving, which is up to 43% of your recommended fibre intake (the Guideline Daily Amount of fibre is 25g per day). In addition to the benefits of natural wheat bran fibre, Kellogg's All-Bran cereals provide an important source of folic acid, 5 B-vitamins and iron.


If you want to take part in the All-Bran 5 Day challenge like me head to this site and register. It's easy and there are lots of benefits. 

1 Sign Up for Free - It’s fast, free and you could be feeling great in no time.
2
Email Reminders - Get daily tips and delicious recipes tailored to your digestive health.
3
Track Your Progress -Use our Tummy Tracker to watch your digestive health improve.
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Feel All-Bran New - In five days you could be feeling energised and revitalise.

All-Bran are making it easy for you to take part by offering you a chance to win 5 boxes of their cereal, that's enough for the whole family to join in with the challenge! All you need to do is fill in the form below.

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Make sure you check back next week to see how I'm getting on with the challenge.

9 comments:

  1. I never get enough fibre but have recently changed to wholemeal bread and will be looking at changing to wholewheat pasta.

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  2. I"ve not been too bad on the fibre from these days but no harm in aiming higher :)

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  3. This challenge sounds interesting - I am always trying to find a good, healthy breakfast! I do try to get fibre in most days in my diet but it's probably not enough! I have signed up :)

    Beth // SANS SOUCI

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  4. I think I probably do get enough fibre, as I eat a lot of fresh fruit and vegetables. But making sure I eat more raw or lightly cooked veg would help.

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  5. I think I probably do get enough fibre actually! Might be one of the few things I do manage to do!!

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  6. I don't think I do! So this challenge would be excellent for me! x

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  7. I don't think I am this would be great x

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  8. I eat kellogs all bran every day but looking at the different options I might give other flavours a go to change things up a bit x

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