November 2014 |

Kellogg's Nutrition Know Newsletter for Healthcare Professionals

Quick Links to Conference Resources

Click these links to download the conference resources featured in this issue.

• Food and Fiber 411 Tool Kit preview

• Nutritious and Delicious
fiber-ful recipes

• Plant-Based Eating

• Share Nutrition that Matters™ plant-based recipes

• Fiber Up with Food Solutions that Kids Love!

• Can Shrinking the Fiber Deficit Help Shrink the National Deficit?

Conference Resources

Featured Resources

Kids and Fiber Brochure from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)

Here’s a startling stat: 95% of kids fall short on fiber.1

Help close the gap with AAP’s informative brochure for parents, More Fiber for Your Children? Yes! Here’s Why and How.

• Order the brochure from shopAAP.

• Read excerpts in English and Spanish.

Kellogg proudly supported development of this brochure.

National Diabetes Month Teaching Tools

• Know Diabetes presentation

• Know Diabetes handout

Know Presentation

More Resources

• National Diabetes Month

• Free Continuing Education

• Client Education Tools

• Cereal and Milk Toolkit

• Meet the Kellogg’s

Welcome to the November issue of the Know Newsletter™. It’s packed with news about free continuing education webinars, downloadable resources from October conferences, and timely teaching tools for National Diabetes Month. And learn where to buy our Kellogg’s® All Bran® microwave muffin cups.

But first, visit our FNCE® highlights page for a glimpse of our Atlanta activities.

A special welcome to new Know Network™ members who signed up at our FNCE® booth. We hope you enjoy the news, tools and educational resources available via and this monthly newsletter.
Thanks for joining us!

Continuing Ed Webinar News

Here's the latest news about our webinar offerings.

FREE On-Demand Webinar:

Did you miss the live program on October 30? Good news – now it’s available on demand. Tune in to earn 1 free CPE credit.

Kellogg’s™ Breakfast Council members, Carol Byrd-Bredbenner, PhD, RD, FAND, and Holley Grainger, MS, RD, present the latest scientific literature on the health and cognitive benefits of eating breakfast, summarize breakfast eating trends, and discuss strategies for improving breakfast research and consumer communications.

View the recorded program now.

January Webinar Alert!

Join us in January for our next live webinar, Plant-Based Eating: A Sustainable Lifestyle, with Sharon Palmer, RD.

Details and registration information is coming in our December newsletter.

Conference Resources:
Downloadable Handouts, Recipes and More

Our October conference resources are ready to download now. Get them below or through the Quick Links list in the left column. Let the clicking begin!

From the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics FNCE® Meeting

Food and Fiber 411 Tool Kit previews our new tool kit, which is rolling out through 2015. The tool kit is a series of messaging tools and information with turnkey fiber messaging for your clients, communications and communities.

Nutritious and Delicious features these four fiber-ful recipes from our culinary demo, Start Your Day Fiber Forward, Finish Fiber Mindful:

• Smoky Bacon and Bran Quick Bread

• Microwave All-Bran™ Muffin (scroll down for purchasing info for our super-popular microwave muffin cups!)

• Southwestern Baked Egg Cups

• Roasted Pears Stuffed with Goat Cheese, Kellogg’s Raisin Bran® and Walnuts

Plant-Based Eating touts the benefits of plant-based eating and gives easy tips to adopt a more plant-based eating plan.

Share Nutrition that Matters™ features plant-based recipes for Mediterranean Artichoke Pizza and Nectarine-Broccoli Salad. We served these at the Food & Culinary Professionals DPG networking event.

From the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) Meeting

Fiber Up with Food Solutions that Kids Love! offers kid-friendly ideas for simple fiberlicious meals and snacks.

Can Shrinking the Fiber Deficit Help Shrink the National Deficit? describes health economics modeling that reveals potential health cost savings from increasing dietary fiber consumption.

Plant - A New Habit
Nut that Matters
Fiber Up
All-Bran Muffin Cups

Here’s Where to Buy Our Kellogg's® All-Bran® Microwave Muffin Cups!

Our microwave muffin cup FNCE® giveaway was a huge hit and you asked where to get more. After all, who wouldn’t want a warm, tasty muffin in three minutes?

The microwave muffin cups are available at select supermarkets or you can order them from our Kellogg’s® Store.

Stay connected to resources, product and program news, new research findings, industry insights and educational materials with our monthly Know Newsletter.

1. US Department of Agriculture; Agricultural Research Service. What We Eat in America: Nutrient Intakes from Food by Gender and Age. National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) 2009-10.

As a premier sponsor of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Kellogg Company encourages you to visit for more information and tools. You can also find additional resources at

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