December 2014 | KelloggsNutrition.com

Kellogg's Nutrition Know Newsletter for Healthcare Professionals

New Plant-Based Foods Available Now

Our new veggie burger and nuggets join the 20+ MorningStar Farms® products that are a good source of protein and fiber.

MorningStar Farms® Spicy Indian Veggie Burger.

Made with organic ingredients including organic red lentils, chickpeas and carrots.

Per serving (1 burger): 130 calories, 5 g fiber, 8 g fat, 6 g protein, 370 mg sodium

MorningStar Farms® Garden Veggie Nuggets.

Made with organic ingredients including organic quinoa, carrots and bell peppers.

Per serving (5 nuggets): 160 calories, 6 g fiber, 10 g fat, 8 g protein, 340 mg sodium

MorningStar Farms® Chipotle Black Bean Crumbles.

Spicy flavor and a good source of protein.

Per serving (½ cup): 70 calories, 2 g fiber, 2.5 g fat, 8 g protein, 280 mg sodium

Special K® Cereals
Coming in January

Special K® Gluten Free - Touch of Brown Sugar.

Contains whole grains, fiber and B vitamins – often harder to get on a gluten-free diet.

Per serving (1 cup): 180 calories, 32 g whole grain, 5 g fiber, 3 g protein, 9 g sugars, 1 g fat, 180 mg sodium, 50% DV folic acid, 35% DV thiamin, niacin and vitamins B6 and B12, 20% DV riboflavin

Special K® Protein Cereal - Cinnamon Brown Sugar Crunch.

No other leading cereal provides a good source of protein for fewer calories.

Per serving (¾ cup): 110 calories, 7 g protein, 3 g fiber, 9 g sugars, 1 g fat, 190 mg sodium

Featured Resource

Plant-Based Eating from MorningStar Farms® gives the benefits of this eating style and easy tips for adopting it.

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Holiday Greetings – the December Know Newsletter™ is filled with good things! In this season of giving, we’re sending a progress report on our Breakfasts for Better Days® program to fight hunger. Then, learn about our free January continuing education webinar, our newest products, and fun tips and recipes for cooking with kids this holiday season.

Please Join Us in the Fight against Hunger

Kellogg's Breakfasts for Better DaysOn World Food Day in October, Kellogg Company employees united for a global service project to collect nearly 130,000 pounds of food – 30,000 more than last year – from events held in 30 countries. Why? To help food banks and school breakfast programs around the world provide for those who rely on them, and because we believe in the power of breakfast and that no one should go without.

Through its Breakfasts for Better Days® program, Kellogg and Kellogg Company Fund have pledged to donate 1 billion servings of cereal and snacks, more than half of which are breakfast, by the end of 2016. The results from World Food Day contribute to this goal.

This holiday season, please consider making a donation (or an extra one) to your local hunger relief programs.

Learn more about our global World Food Day efforts.

FREE Live Webinar January 29 at 2 pm EST:
Plant-Based Eating: A Sustainable Lifestyle

Growing evidence indicates that eating a plant-based diet has a kinder impact on Mother Earth. In this webinar, Sharon Palmer, RD, defines sustainability measures in the food system, and looks at the impact of the Western diet versus a plant-based diet on environmental issues such as climate change, pollution and resource usage.

This program is presented by Today’s Dietitian through the support of the Kellogg MorningStar Farms™ team and approved for 1.0 CPE credit.

Register now!

Please note Kellogg did not alter or adjust any of the content within the webinar.

Get Cooking with Kids this Holiday Season

Cooking with kids makes happy memories, encourages them to try new foods and can even hone skills like reading and math. And, it’s a fun way for families to spend time together. Spread the good word to the parents and caregivers you reach.

Start with these kid-friendly recipes from our recipe database:


• Whip up wholesome Chunky Banana Muffins. Let little ones learn math by helping to measure the ingredients. They’ll also like slicing the banana with a round-point table knife and stirring and portioning out the batter.


• For classic fun, bake a batch of Christmas Star Treats™ for Santa. Ask kids to read the recipe with you and help organize the ingredients. They’ll enjoy using cookie cutters to make the stars and decorating the tops with a sprinkle of red and green candies.

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