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How much raisins are in raisin bran?
Kellogg's ticker symbol on the NYSE is "K", General Mills' is "GIS", and Post Holdings is "POST". They all offer "Raisin Bran".
I think you may be gluten-intollerant. You may need a gluten-free diet. This is exctly what happens to me so I no longer eat bread, bran or anything with wheat, rye or bran in… it and I no longer bloat. As soon as I do eat it I bloat very quickly. Also, since raisins are really a fruit (dried grapes) and bran is a carbohydrate, the two of them shouldn't really be eaten together because the fruit ferments and reacts with the bran, so this is making it even worse.
Yes it is a mixture !!!
No, it is not. Bran contains gluten.
Kevin McRasinberg, and Jack McBran
Hell yeah I ate it today and boy have I got gas!
bran=fiber(good) however...raisins=sugar(bad) Bran is one of the best types of insoluble fibers. Makes you poop, which can help decrease your chances of colon cancer by el…iminating carcinogens in your poop and colon.
Although it may seem tempting to spoil our little friends with our tasty treats, it is often bad, if not lethal, to do so. In general a rabbit will do best with a diet of meas…ured timothy-hay pellets, unlimited timothy hay, and a handful of rabbit safe vegetables and fruit. And don't forget the fresh water! See the related question below for more info and helpful links about the rabbit diet.
yes it is one of the best cearals out there.
Not alot, mainly just aluminum and nickel.
Kevin mcraisinberg and Jack mcbran
About 65 euros. Many things in France are much more expensive than the UK, for example, if I were to buy a 60p can of coke in the UK, it would be about 6 euros in France.
Enough to fill your empty brain. Yes we bullys are not happy people.
ANY of the UK 'big' supermarkets (Sainsbury's, ASDA, Tesco, Morrisons etc) will sell it - it's a popular cereal.
I'm pretty sure this is an opinionated question rather then fact based. In my opinion, yes, it would be Wheaties. A bit more: Raisin Bran without the raisins… would simply be bran flakes, which are available by various brands.