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Milo B-Smart

2008 October 27
by Reemski

I have a major addiction to sugar, specifically sugar contained in chocolate. This is obviously not so good for my figure. So to deal with some of my cravings I’ve been trialling Milo B-Smart.

Apparently this has 25% less sugar and fat than regular Milo, and is fortified with extra iodine and iron.

I don’t always eat it with milk, and have found sprinkling over banana is also very good. Adding it to milk seems to dilute the chocolatey malty goodness a little too much for me!


So this tin lives on my desk, and I reach for it when trying to avoid the bad stuff…

What do you reach for when you’re trying to be good?

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  1. ben rogers permalink
    October 27, 2008

    chocolate is an afternoon weakness for me too… unfortunately I also sell fundraiser chocolate at my desk for a club I am a member of. I am v.good at fundraising 🙂

  2. October 27, 2008

    I always keep some brazil nuts and dried fruit like apple or apricots handy. I also love mizing fresh passionfruit into a few tablespoons of greek style yoghurt when they’re in season (like now!).

  3. October 27, 2008

    That was meant to be ‘mixing’ – but mizing sounds kinda funky too 😛

  4. October 27, 2008

    Working in an office all day and a walk around from alot of cafe’s (and Macca’s) , it’s hard to be good!

    But usually I snack on :

    – Raw Almonds
    – Vita wheat + vegemite
    – Toast with peanut butter + honey

  5. Norris permalink
    October 28, 2008

    I go for almonds or cashews.

    Do you find the Milo makes you sleepy? I just found out Milo’s really high in gluten, and my daughter has decided I am gluten intolerant and not allowed to eat it anymore 🙁

  6. Cakes permalink
    October 30, 2008

    haha Chopper just told me you had twittered this and he had said it deserved a review-and you did!
    My snacks of choice keep changing. I like Sultana Bran of an afternoon. With really really cold milk.

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