Hilaria Baldwin Starts Her Morning With Barbara’s Puffins
Hilaria Baldwin opened Yoga Vida in the West Village when she was fresh out of NYU and wheelchair-bound with a broken hip. She dropped flyers at health-conscious places around the New School and taught 36 classes a week until her hustle paid off. Twelve years later, she’s an established instructor known for her inclusive teaching style and a soon-to-be mother of three with a book on wellness due out in January 2017.
“I make pancakes for my daughter Carmen, which have chia seeds, bananas, vanilla, cinnamon, and whole grains. You can put quinoa in them. Or we eat cereal, with hemp milk and granola. Barbara’s! We get Puffins, but also the ones that look like Chex.”
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Gluten-Free Substitutes for Rice Krispies Cereal: Barbara’s Organic Brown Rice Crisps
People with celiac disease or non-celiac gluten sensitivity have several “crispy rice” cereals that range from reasonably similar to nearly identical. Barbara’s Organic Brown Rice Crisps, crafted from whole grain, non-GMO brown rice, is sweetened with organic fruit juice instead of sugar or high- fructose corn syrup. Read more here
Beware of the Low-Sugar Revolution
When it comes to kids’ cereal don’t let the cartoon characters fool you; most popular breakfast cereals for kids contain more than 3 teaspoons of sugar per cup. Opt for lower-sugar kid-friendly offerings like Barbara’s Puffins. Read More
Puffins – Part of 8 Breakfast Cereals That Won’t Warp Your Waistline
A Short History of Cereal & Puffins Debut!
An American invention, breakfast cereal began as a digestive aid, acquired religious overtones, became a sugary snack and. Throughout that history, it has mirrored changes in the world beyond the breakfast table. In the 1990’s Puffins debuted as organic food went mainstream and parents increasingly searched out more healthful cereals.
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