Me and Goji healthy cereals review
“If you expect the best out of your body, you need to put the best in”
I had the great opportunity to sample cereal sent to me for review from Me & Goji, a custom cereal and granola company. At Me & Goji you design your own cereal and can choose from over 60 all natural ingredients like chia seed, brazil nuts, blueberries, cinnamon, pumpkin seeds and more. Once you choose your ingredients you can name your cereal (mine was obvious for the blog Losing It and Loving It) and you can even upload a picture to use as the label if you want.
I absolutely love the capsule container that the cereal arrived in. You can carry it anywhere and it keeps the cereal fresh. PLUS they reduce waste and consumption of packaging materials by using 100% recyclable cereal capsules.
It’s about time we get away from processed and sugary cereals in the grocery store and really spend that money on QUALITY products (and help promote small businesses too). Their solution was simple and that was to offer a cereal as nature intended, unprocessed and without synthetic and artificial ingredients with more mix ins. You can design a cereal based on your specific tastes and nutritional needs. A nutrition counter updates in real time so you can know exactly what you’re getting in your cereal creation calorie wise, etc. Me & Goji is popular with Olympic athletes so you know you’re getting a great product.
As for putting together my creation, it took me forever. I had no clue what mixed well together and should have chosen something from their recommended cereal creations page. Next time I’ll do more research and ask for help too. And yes, there will be a next time. I like the idea of creating my own cereal and it being so fresh and healthy.
Me and Goji has a cereal club that looks awesome. Imagine Me and Goji healthy cereals delivered to your door each month. This would make a great gift ANYTIME but what a unique gift for the upcoming holidays! And I love that they give 5% of their profits to charity! You can read Adam & Alexander’s company story here.
What would you add to your healthy cereals creation?