No-guilt breakfasts.

superzerosBreakfast is said to be the most important meal of the day. It sets us up for a morning of exercise, commute and work. If we are active we need to make positive choices which will sustain us till lunch. Superzeros are somewhat unique among cereals, which are often packed with sugar.

Superzeros are low in sugar and high in fibre, making them a well-balanced option for those who have health as a priority. The high protein content helps maintain and repair muscle mass and promote muscle growth when combined with strength training. High protein intake has also been shown to significantly boost metabolism and increase the number of calories you burn. This will likely be popular with gym-goers who might otherwise be tempted by a post-workout chocolate bar.

Essential fibre

These cereals contain milk protein, a blend of whey protein and casein, for a smooth creamy taste, crunchy texture and to provide all of the essential amino acids for muscle growth and repair. Tapioca flour and rice starch are popular gluten-free alternatives to starches found in other cereals. They add some essential fibre. Coconut oil has become increasingly popular in Western kitchens. It’s a rich source of antioxidants. Inulin is a natural soluble dietary fibre and here it comes from roots of the chicory plant. Research suggests that there are benefits such as improving digestive health. A blend of Stevia and Maltitol offer sweetness with less calories.

Superzeros will appeal to the health-conscious and active trainers. Breakfast will be fast to prepare and will suppress cravings till one’s proper lunchtime.


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