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Comments on: Kellogg’s Special K2O Water: Lose Up to 6 lbs* ?



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By: niranjanz

Sun, 25 Jan 2009 02:25:49 +0000

I don't think this product should be allowed to be called "protein water" because it only has 5 grams of protein, a miniscule amount when one considers his daily needs.



By: SpecialKPro.info

Sun, 10 Aug 2008 10:22:59 +0000

Yeah.. but if you can get a free pack of special k2o protein water why not testing it out? you can request a free pack on our site.



By: Fat Loss 4 Idiots / Weight Loss and Diet Center

Mon, 21 Apr 2008 08:14:26 +0000

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By: Victoria

Sat, 22 Mar 2008 01:21:06 +0000

I agree with previous comments made: if one takes in less than they expend they will lose weight regardless of whether or not those calories are in candy, cereal, steak, etc. However, one must also maintain a balanced diet in order to get all the necessary vitamins and nutrients essential for remaining healthy. Losing weight shouldn't be the only issue, especially if it is placing someone's health at risk. Eating two bowls of cereal in place of two meals limits one to only one meal/day which could contain any fruits or vegies. I'm not a registered dietician or anything but this sounds unhealthy to me. Jenny Craig, NutriSystem, Weight-Watchers...these are all much more balanced approaches to weight loss. (Alli is a diet pill and not a diet. One must follow a low-fat diet along with it as well as limiting one's calories). But drinking Special K as a protein supplement could be wise for those who ARE going on silly low-cal. diets, as it is a means of adding essential protein, whic might have been otherwise missed. One really must read the label however--there are those who are allergic to whey proteins and milk and could be at great risk by drinking this product. I only learned of these ingredients because i questioned how flavored water could contain protein. If i am to believe what is on the internet, there has already been one death of a 10 year-old child from either this drink or one similar to it...because flavored water seemed harmless enough and so the label wasn't carefully read.



By: Keda

Sun, 10 Feb 2008 19:55:07 +0000

Replacing two meal a day with cereal is NOT a good idea. It is way too few calories for ANYONE to eat and ultimately it will send your body into starvation mode and you won't lose anything anyway..other than water weight that is. Basically, if you do it for a week, yes, you might well lose weight but it's only going to be water weight and what is the point of that? It will be back in 2/3 days. This is a 'diet' plain and simple, and as any sensible person knows DIETS DON'T WORK...take the time to learn how to eat the correct amount of calories a day in the right portions and exercise often. Works much better than cereal...