Quaker Innovations for a Healthy Diet (Giveaway)

I have been working on a more healthier me lately. In fact, I am now five days in with NO caffeine and I can tell you that this is the hardest road I have ever had to walk in my entire life! I’ve given up smoking and drinking, but caffeine is a whole other story!

With that being said, I have been looking for different ways to get my heart healthy diet on the road to better choices when it comes to breakfast and snacks — my two worst meals of the day. Thankfully, Quaker has come to the rescue.

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Quaker is making it even easier to get a balanced diet in, and still provide tasty delicious foods. I was very impressed with the Banana Nut Bread bars that I received to try, along with all the other delicious goodies they sent.

So how can I use the new Quaker Innovations to help me?

1.  Start your morning off with a healthy breakfast: If you are like me and don’t really eat breakfast, you should. It is a proven fact that eating breakfast helps you lose weight. Start the day with a bowl of Chocolate Chip Oatmeal, Whole Hearts or Oatmeal Squares, or if you want to start small, eat a Quaker Yogurt Breakfast bar.

2.  Portion control is a very important key: Each of the Quaker items are low in calories and fat, so when you feel a hunger pain coming on, choose a soft baked oatmeal cookie or a crispy Stila Oat cookie bar.

3.  Last but not least, keep pressing on! There will be days that you will have setbacks. When I do, I just get back on the bandwagon the next day and try again! Using all the Quaker products are a great way to stay on track with a heart healthy diet!

Here is a great workout tip from Bob Harper! We all love Bob and his fabulous workout tips and inspiration he shares on The Biggest Loser.

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One lucky winner is going to receive a box of goodies from Quaker! Just use the Rafflecopter form below to enter this giveaway. New to Rafflecopter? Watch this 45-second video on how to enter!

 

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We are working in a partnership with Quaker to help bring awareness to Nourish What Counts.


Comments

  1. Auri Lae says

    My biggest pregnancy craving recently has been a bowl of plain Quaker Instant Oatmeal with raisins, a little brown sugar and some half and half. I ran out a few days ago and haven’t gotten to the store yet :(

  2. Jane m says

    Every day starts with a bowl of Quaker oatmeal. Helps me keep my meds down. Fights the acid & nausea . I would love to try the cookies for a snack in the evening

  3. Heather Raineyfree says

    I love the whole hearts. My store had them on clearance for .50 a box! I snagged like 20 boxes of them. The kids love um to!

  4. Danielle says

    I love to have a bowl of the sugar free hot cereals. I am not picky about the flavor because they are all good and fills me up for breakfast.

  5. Dana Adams says

    Quaker oatmeal and oatmeal squares are staples in our house, but we’ve never tried chocolate chip oatmeal. Who knows, it could be our next favorite!

  6. Melissa JN says

    My daughter has Quaker Strawberry & Cream Oatmeal every morning for breakfast! She loves it and can’t go without it!

  7. Lucy Schwartz says

    I love the Original Quacker Oatmeal. It is so versatile and excellent in cookies. When my son was in hockey as a child we would make Oatmeal as a breakfast before we ledt for games. It was nourishing and it lasted willthe next meal.

  8. Toya says

    I am old school and have always loved the apples and cinnamon instant oatmeal but also like the yogurt bars as well.

  9. Mike S. says

    I eat Quaker oatmeal all the time (the flavored packets). I’ve also had some of their cereals too, but usually its just the oatmeals. I’d like to try out some of their snacky bars.

  10. Samantha D. says

    The oatmeal of coarse maple brown sugar plus the new ones with added fiber, healthy weight and the chewy bars. yum

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