Staying Healthy with #Kelloggs “My Special K” {G!VEAWAY}

Many of us struggle with staying healthy. We struggle with eating right, with getting enough sleep and with being fit.

Did you know that Special K has a new My Special K website that helps you to set your goals, make a plan and to put it into action! This website has personalized plans designed to align with your lifestyle goals. It is a motivating resource that helps you feel your best and keep weight management efforts in check.

The online program offers personalized meal and fitness plans for every goal, information on food, fitness, fashion and beauty and personalized articles and tools designed to help keep you stay positive and on track while maintaining a healthy, balanced lifestyle.

Hina Khan, a pschotherapist, television personality and Special K ambassador agrees that having a positive attitude is everything! She offers five tips on how to think more positively:

  • Catch negative thoughts before they take over, don’t feel them!
  • Reframe thoughts to the positive
  • Live in the present: don’t dwell on the past or worry about the future, focus on the now.
  • Surround yourself with positive people
  • Remember the external world is a perception of your internal world – which you can control.

Recently, as part of the Kelloggers Network, I received a Special K Starter Kit filled with cereals, snacks and more to help get me on the right track in my health.

Of course, as soon as I opened up the box of goodies, my family dove in – head first…literally!

My entire family loves Special K cereals and bars! Our favourite Special K bar flavour is chocolate and we LOVE the Special K Red Berries cereal too!

The box of Special K Cracker Chips lasted one snack session with my family! The kids were so bummed when I said they were gone. I will have to get some more. They have a similar seasoning to chips but are so much healthier!

Would you like the opportunity to win a Special K Starter Kit for yourself? Enter below for your chance to win…

IT’S GIVEAWAY TIME!
Prize: 1 box of Special K Low Fat Granola, 1 box of Special K Red Berries cereal, 1 box of Special K Oats & Honey cereal, 1 box of Special K Fruit Crisps Strawberry flavour, 1 box of Special K Crisps Chocolate flavour, 1 box of Special K Granola Bars Dark Chocolate flavour, 1 box of Special K Cracker Chips Bar-B-Q flavour, 1 red New Balance women’s tank-top, 1 New Balance gym bag (~ARV $65)
Open to: Canadian Residents, 18+
Giveaway ends on: February 15, 2013, 12:00 AM

This giveaway is now closed. Please visit our current giveaways page to enter more!


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126 Responses to Staying Healthy with #Kelloggs “My Special K” {G!VEAWAY}

  1. Bananas
    1. Great for your blood.
    2. Mood enhancing.
    3. Nourish your heart and nerves.
    4. Make kidneys and bones stronger.
    5. Excellent source of dietary fibre.
    *Excellent pre/post workout snack!

  2. spike says:

    Spend some time outdoors everyday – even if the weather is miserable!

  3. Chantale says:

    eat smaller servings

  4. flowerchild says:

    Drink water, switch out the sugary drinks for water..
    thanks

  5. Naila J. says:

    Drink water when you’re hungry… You’re probably thirsty!

  6. fesspoire says:

    Eat 5-7 smaller “meals” throughout the day.

  7. suzie says:

    a little exercise & lots of water

  8. Belinda M says:

    Make sure not to skip breakfast. It can be as simple as a piece of fruit

    bluebelle0367(at)hotmail(dot)com

    belinda mcnabb

  9. tanyab79 says:

    Drink a lot of water especially a glass before every meal.

  10. Glogirl says:

    My get healthy tip is to walk daily even if you just start with 5 minutes a day. Some movement is better than none at all!

  11. Haylie says:

    Try and go to bed at the same time and wake up at the same time every day. you’ll feel good and have lots of energy.

  12. josiefiorda says:

    plan ahead. I find if I don’t know what I’m going to eat ahead of time I usually end up eating something bad

  13. mongupp says:

    Laugh every day!
    Don’t stress out!

  14. I like to cut up all the veggies I buy and put them into containers in the fridge that way when we feel like a snack its there and ready.

  15. Mary Ireland says:

    drinks lots of water.

  16. Tanis S says:

    Stay active, drink plenty of water and eat your greens!

  17. Flo says:

    I walk to the store if I only need a few small items.

    fossie@hotmail.com
    Florence

  18. torlonias says:

    Eat lots of dark leafy greens (kale, spinach, arugula, broccoli rabe, etc.)

  19. Paula Schuck says:

    My kids love this cereal especially the oats and berries Special K. We drink a lot of water and ditch sugary drinks as often as we can.

  20. SG says:

    Use smaller plates!

  21. Drink tons of water!

    Besos, Sarah
    Zookeeper at Journeys of The Zoo
    journeysofthezoo at hotmail dot com

  22. drink lots of water and avoid sugary drinks

  23. Jennifer says:

    limit what you eat after supper; also get lots of sleep

  24. toolie says:

    be inspired by fitness magazines (stacey h)

  25. privyseel says:

    If you can cut out 1) Pop 2) Ice cream and 3) French fries then your diet will improve leaps and bounds.

  26. Dayna says:

    Chew everything thoroughly and drink lots of water!

  27. Annie1 says:

    Move more, eat more veggies and fruit and drink more water!

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    Anne Taylor

  28. Piggy Wan says:

    drink a glass of water first before eating, then you would not over eat. and then after finishing lunch/dinner don’t immediately sit down. take a walk or something.
    rafflecopter – Yan Deng

  29. Laughing is important for your overall health and eat those green veggies

  30. Eat more fibre-rich foods. They help you to feel fuller longer and can help maintain blood sugar levels.

  31. Martina says:

    Eat three meals a day. Skipping meals is worse for you then not

  32. Try walking instead of driving if it’s not overly far.

  33. Lindsay Cyr says:

    Try to get a little bit of exercise every single day of the week. It doesn’t have to be an intense workout, but even a short 10 minute walk helps!

  34. drink plenty of fluids and STRETCH!!

  35. Victoria S says:

    Make a meal plan — it helps SO much (Victoria Ess)

  36. Debbie says:

    I go to Zumba at least 3 times a week and I am drinking more water. No more pop!!
    (Debbie W)

  37. Nancy Tch says:

    Ensure you get enough rest!

  38. Darwin Chau says:

    Drink water, get enough sleep and always carry a small snack with you such as an apple, banana or almonds.

  39. Lucie Harvey says:

    Dance, dance, dance. Keep your body moving.

  40. Angie B says:

    Have washed and cut up fresh veggies in your fridge for quick and easy snacking

  41. Gemma says:

    Have healthy snacks at the ready so you are not tempted to go for something unhealthy!

  42. Lisa Bolduc says:

    drink lots of water… try zumba, its fun!

  43. Erika E says:

    Get out into the fresh air a little bit each day and take a walk.

  44. Soozle says:

    There are days I don’t feel like working out – but I always say at least do 15 min. If after that time, I STILL don’t feel like exercising, I can stop and at least I have done 15 min. Truth be told, 9 times out of 10 I will gte into the groove once I am going and do a full workout!

  45. ksceviour says:

    substitute pop for water..eat plenty of fruits & veggies,chose wholegrains whenever possible.

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  46. 2012july says:

    Keep healthy snack handy so you’re more likely to choose them instead of less healthy snacks.

  47. lelalacc says:

    Stick to a regular routine when it comes to sleep – try to go to bed at the same time each night and to wake-up at the same time each day. it helps to regulate your system/daytime functionality and improves your quality of sleep.
    entering in rafflecopter as jen s.

  48. leanne_mac says:

    drink lots of water

    leannemacg at gmail.com

  49. annie76 says:

    Cook from the scratch.

  50. Samorjj says:

    Drink lots of water.

  51. el03ro says:

    February 1-As one gets older, it is important to do stretching and balancing exercises as well as walking and others. This keeps the body supple and agile and good balance is so important to keep one from falling. Elva Roberts

  52. Angela M says:

    I’ve cut out all juice and pop and I mostly just drink water.

  53. Rebby says:

    Lots of exercises and water!

  54. I’ve had the most success, health-wise, when I take a daily walk.

  55. el03ro says:

    February 2-I wish to comment on the Zipadee-Zip infant sleeper. This is the perfect transition from a swaddling blanket. Baby has a little more freedom but his hands and feet stay warm and snug. Wonderful product!-Elva Roberts

  56. le p says:

    staying hydreated is imperative

  57. Tina L. says:

    drink lots of water

  58. Sydney Bows says:

    Don’t drink too much pop, and even juice has a lot of sugar.

  59. wear a pedometer during the day, it will help you see how much or how ittle moving and activity you are doing.

  60. Sue2Sueper says:

    Move in some way everyday. I like to walk daily. Don’t need any equipment or gym to do that! πŸ™‚ It’s free!

  61. Jennifer L. says:

    My tip is to eat more veggies. Eat them with three meals a day. I feel so much better when I eat a lot.

  62. Rose says:

    Eats lots of veggies and make sure you have some protein with each meal.

  63. Wanda Tracey says:

    I turn on the radio and excecise to three songs including commercials.This can be treadmill or stepper and or lifting weights.I do this every day that I can and find it really enjoyable.

  64. Plan and prepare! thats the way πŸ˜‰

  65. vdarsigny says:

    Drink lot of water, try to have half of your plate full of vegetables

  66. Exercise, drink more water, proper sleep and eat healthier.

  67. Lori JB says:

    Get up with the “Today is going to be a great day” attitude. This will help you meet your daily goals and if you don’t, don’t sweat it. You did the best you could and there is always tomorrow.

  68. cindy says:

    Drink a lot of water and exercise

  69. Lori Butler says:

    What I have been doing lately is pre packaging almonds, they are filling and a great snack, I keep one in my purse, and I always carry a water bottle every where I go.

  70. christel says:

    Eat breakfast every day.

  71. Nicole W says:

    Find little ways to get more exercise… take the stairs, park farther away from your destination, do crunches/etc. during commercial breaks! Thanks for the giveaway – I love Special K!

  72. loving62 says:

    Decrease your portion-size by a tablespoon every two weeks. You won’t miss a tablespoon of food, but your stomach will gradually decrease in size and you will want less food.

  73. caryn coates says:

    Drink plenty of water and try and get lots of sleep. Sleep is so important

  74. pamalot says:

    find a friend to work out with so that you are accountable to each other.

  75. My tip is to take your most needed vitamins everyday.

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  76. Lori Bazan says:

    Walk at leat 5 times a week for min. i/2 hour and drinks 6 glasses of water per day!

  77. tweety2009 says:

    ear healthy and exersise

  78. Andy B. says:

    Give up soda pop!

  79. 409cope says:

    Eat lots of fruit,veggies and meats and cut back on the carbs! cardshark42(at)hotmail(dot)com

  80. eat smaller meals more often and get lots of sleep

  81. Tammy D says:

    Exercise and eat smaller portions!
    rafflecopter name Tammy Dalley

  82. EAT LESS , MOVE MORE ! that is my tried and true tip!

  83. Beanscoupons says:

    Don’t take water for granted, drink your daily serving, you’ll be glad you did (Sabrina Tong on rafflecopter)

  84. weleewmn says:

    commitment..do not get discouraged and give up.. is one day at a time. water, water, and more water

  85. Donna Clark says:

    Get plenty of rest. Eat right and drink lots of water.

  86. Karen Smith says:

    Experiment with all the healthy grain choose out there. Cheap healthy meals. Internet is a great resource for recipes

  87. Andrea L says:

    cut down on take-out, and drink lots of water!

  88. tobyhir says:

    Get outdoors! Walks and fresh air are a great combination!

  89. Laura Schott says:

    I drink lots of water I have joined a zumba class and every night I play just dance for at least an hour with my kids. When I clean I turn up the music and dance around while cleaning lol πŸ™‚

  90. Juice fresh veggies and drink lots and lots of water

  91. walk – get off the bus a couple of stops early, take the stairs, park further away, every little bit helps

  92. Andrea Amy says:

    LOTS of water, try to get enough rest, eat your vegetables!!

  93. Kristi R. says:

    Drink lots of water!

  94. Shal says:

    Thanks so much for the great giveaway ! Breakfast is the most important meal of the day !!

  95. Corrine says:

    exercise once a day

  96. It’s easier to stay away from unhealthy foods if they can’t be found in your kitchen! Buy healthier options instead πŸ™‚

  97. Tacey says:

    Keep a glass of water on your night stand to drink as soon as you wake up. This will kick start your digestive system.

  98. Portion control, if you want some chips have some but portion control don’t eat the whole bag!

  99. ~A~ says:

    Set aside 20 minutes everyday for some physical activity. It doesn’t seem like much but if you get into the habit of doing it then you soon expand that time. Make it fun and get the whole family out for a walk!

  100. when i feel like munching i pull out the carrots!!!

  101. kellie says:

    I drink lots of water and I’m constantly dancing around in my house

  102. Pam says:

    I’m following a plan very popular in Europe – Eat Half. I eat all my usual foods but halve the portions. It’s working!

  103. Drink lots of water! it will help suppress your appetite and also flush out any toxins/junk from your body

    sarah sar
    texan_michael AT yahoo DOT com

  104. if you have a headache try drinking a glass of water before you take meds

  105. Eat healthy, and sleep well!

  106. Dianne says:

    If you start craving something sweet eat an apple or an orange or chew some gum instead of reaching for a cookie or some candy. Chances are it will satisfy your sweet craving for a lot less calories and it is better for you.

  107. pippirose says:

    Drink lots of water. When cleaning the house, make more movements–dance, stretch, etc.

  108. Judy C says:

    Don’t have junk food in the house to decrease the chance of snacking on it

  109. StefanieH says:

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  110. lisa rumolo says:

    Eat a healthy breakfast.

  111. StefanieH says:

    Go for more walks and eat healthy.

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  113. Amana says:

    I like to read success stories for inspiration! Cut out sugar and fried food and try to break a sweat everyday!

  114. kellyrobyn says:

    Have your 8 glasses of water… AND ALWAYS EAT BREAKFAST! Never skip on that meal.. it boosts your metabolism for the day! πŸ™‚

  115. if you absolutely do not need your car then walk!

  116. MusicAddict says:

    Adding frozen fruit to water helps flavour it without adding too many calories.

  117. drink lots of water and walk alot

  118. Janelle says:

    I try to drink a lot of water!
    xjanelle at hotmail dot com

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