I really miss eating cereal - does anybody have any recommendations for a good low carb cereal? I'm talking about cold cereal. Thanks!

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Ground flax seed with balkan yogurt. Yummy and very diabetic friendly. Heart friendly too.
Special K with Chocolate is 57 on the glycemic index so may not spike as high as some others (Cheerios are 76 on GI). But definitely regular carb. Low carb, sugar free hot oatmeal packets, such as Maple sugar and brown cinnamon by Masters Choice (A&P). 18 grams per serving. Will spike same as regular instant oatmeal but less because there is less of a glycemic load and other oatmeals are at least 26 grams plus.
Hi Patricia, I found one that is pretty good called HI-Low from Nutritious Living Maple Pcan flavor yields 13g carbs per 1/2 C. they also have Vanilla Almond. www.nutritiousliving.com, good luck!

Mary

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