Sunday, November 7, 2010

Breyers Yo Crunch Yogurt Giveaway

I am always on the look out for new options for breakfast as well as healthy snacks. I love Breyers Yo Crunch - it is so easy to take to work and snack on - plus the granola adds a whole different aspect to snacking on yogurt.

I am a proud cervical cancer survivor and as you can see by the photo
 - I have a lot to live for and try the best to eat healthy so I can be around many many more years. I went on their website and even submitted an application to be an Ambassador - if chosen I get a free Yo Crunch t-shirt! If you check out their site you can print off a $1 coupon - for all you coupon lovers.
The best part of this great company is I started following them on Twitter and Facebook.  Last week they asked followers to submit their best snacking tip to win some Yo Crunch.  I submitted the following tip -  "I love to cut up fresh fruit like strawberries, bananas, peaches...ect.. and my boys dip them in flavored yogurt.  I found out I am going to receive 30 - YES 30 Coupons for Free Yo Crunch Yogurt!!!  That is a month supply - so you have to check out Breyers Yo Crunch on Facebook - They let me know they will be starting a new contest this week on Facebook - I am curious to see what it will be.
Here is a little more information on Yo Crunch just in case you are interested that I got from their website - Hunger can strike at any time, we all know it. When you get the urge to reach for a snack, it’s key to snack smart. Snacks can give you an energy boost, and also fill you up with the vitamins and nutrients that your body needs. The American Dietetic Association recommends the following tips when choosing your snacks:

•Think of snacks as mini-meals that contribute nutrient-rich foods. You can fit snack calories into your personal healthy eating plan without over-spending your day’s calorie budget.

•Snack only when you’re hungry. Skip the urge to nibble when you’re bored, frustrated or stressed. Feed the urge to do something by walking the dog or working in the garden.

•Keep portion control in mind. Have a single-serve container of yogurt or put a small serving of nuts in a bowl. Eating directly from a multiple-serving package can lead to overeating.

•Plan snacks ahead of time. Keep a variety of nutritious ready-to-eat supplies on hand, such as whole grain crackers and low-fat cheese.

Keep these in mind as you choose your snacks, and be sure to pick up your favorite flavor of YoCrunch

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