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September 11, 2019Reviewer: Brigit-Carol in Texas* I've eaten Special K Protein cereal since is was introduced 12+ years ago. At a net carb serving of around 15 grams of carbs I could occasionally have a bowl of cereal even though I'm a diabetic. This new formula checks in at 34 net carbs. Shame on Kelloggs for taking away one of the few diabetic friendly cereals available in regular grocery stores. You'd think with the "diabetic epidemic" food producers would at least keep lower carb products available.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpfulMay 04, 2014Reviewer: Leslie in Illinois* This used to be really good. Then they changed the recipe. It used to have much less sugar and more fiber -- but now it has way too much sugar to be considered low-carb. I was shocked when I first saw the carb count as I had no idea how long I had been buying and eating it since they changed it. The change had no benefit so far as I can tell and it pretty much took it off my breakfast table for good.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpfulNovember 17, 2012Reviewer: Daniel in Pennsylvania* Kellogg's Protein Plus used to be lower in carbs and higher in protein and fiber. I ate it every morning for 13 months straight. Now, they have changed the recipe and it's about equal with any other sugar cereal. The carbs are way higher and the fiber is way lower.