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Thursday, August 30, 2012

Coupon for New Fiber One Chewy Bars from @MyBlogSpark

These bars are not gluten free, but I do have readers on FB and Twitter who eat gluten.
So here's a coupon.

Looking for a snack to accompany your kids to the classroom, playground and beyond? New Fiber One Chewy bars in Chocolate and Strawberry PB&J varieties are the perfect packable snacks that are sure to get an A+ from your kids this back-to-school season. Complete with a peanut butter or chocolate-flavored bottom and yummy drizzle in every bite, parents can rest assured that their kids are getting more than great taste from Fiber One Chewy bars.

These 110 calories or less bars contain fiber* and calcium kids need , no high fructose corn syrup, and 8 grams or less of sugar
According to the results of a recent taste test**, kids prefer Fiber One Chewy Chocolate bars over Quaker Chewy Chocolate Chip Granola Bars
This fall, each box will feature the added bonus of Box Tops for Education coupons on-pack, making Fiber One Chewy bars an ideal snack for school-aged children

To help you make Fiber One Chewy bars a part of your back-to-school snack routine, you can visit to download a printable coupon for $.80 off the purchase of 1 box of Fiber One Chewy bars (available on a first come first serve basis).

I received this information and the coupon offer from General Mills through MyBlogSpark.

Have a great day!

The Team at MyBlogSpark

* Contain 3.5g or less of total fat.

**Based upon independent taste tests, with kids aged 8-12, of Fiber One Chewy Chocolate versus Quaker Chewy Chocolate Chip Granola Bars. Quaker is a registered trademark of the Quaker Oats Company. All trademarks property of their respective owners.

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

#gf @triumphdining Lady Gaga Goes Gluten-Free

I enjoy this newsletter -- but Lady Gaga?  GAG me!

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Lady Gaga Goes Gluten-Free

The gluten-free community is up in arms about yet another celebrity starting a gluten-free diet. "Up in arms" should give you a clue as to the GF community's take on the celebrity's motives. Last time it was Miley Cyrus shouting to anyone who would listen that “gluten sucks!” and now it’s Lady Gaga’s turn.

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Back to School Snacks

One week from today my kids will be back in school. And that means that not only do I get to come up with gluten-free snacks for their bagged lunches, I get to find things their soccer and volleyball team-mates will happily eat when it's our turn to bring post-game snacks. The TD Essential Gluten-Free Baking Guide makes this a whole lot easier.

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Diagnosing the Youngest Celiacs

New research out of Europe indicates that the age of the patient plays a significant role in determining which tests to use: children under two years old, they found, require different tests than older children and adults.

The researchers, affiliated with a number of hospitals and universities in Germany, Belgium, Austria, and the Netherlands, examined 184 children of up to two years old. Of the 184, 42 had celiac disease but were not following a gluten-free diet, and 142 were a control group.

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New Mayo Clinic Findings »
Gluten-Free Laws Set for Overhaul in Canada »
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