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December 10, 2008Reviewer: Kari in Indiana* I recently tried the Dymatize Slender High pro Cereal. I actually liked it very much. I am not happy about the high fructose corn syrup, so I will limit my consumption of this product.
Why does a company making a healthy food choose to put that unhealthy ingredient in it. It can't be cost... your product is very expensive.This review is specific to High Protein Cereal, Slenders
1 of 1 people found the following review helpfulJuly 21, 2008Reviewer: Gwendolyn in Texas* This product should be called High Protein Rubbish. It is loaded with sugar, High Fructose Corn Syrup, Hydrogenated oils and 1 lousy gram of fiber. I guess I expected the protein to be baked into the cereal somehow, but instead I got sugary cereal with protein powder at about $2 a bowl. What a rip off! If I wanted this garbage, I could buy a big bag of generic cereal and mix it with a scoop of whey protein powder and water for a fraction of the price for the same result. Thanks for the idea though- I will just add a scoop of whey protein to an organic high fiber cereal for a healthy, balanced, quick meal.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpfulJune 11, 2008Reviewer: Kelly in Massachusetts* I was about ready to order this product after reading about it until I saw the ingredient list. I am getting extremely tired of companies using high fructose corn syrup and partially hydrogenated oils. I wouldn't take this for free. Why do they continually ruin a product with such great potential?