Need help with managing your cholesterol? Weet-Bix has come to the rescue with a tasty way to kick-start your day – and help lower your cholesterol!
New Weet-Bix Cholesterol Lowering has been clinically proven to reduce LDL (or bad) cholesterol by up to nine✝ percent in just four weeks. The first cereal product in New Zealand to harness plant sterols known to naturally lower cholesterol by reducing the absorption of bad cholesterol in the digestive system.
New Weet-Bix Cholesterol Lowering (RRP $7.69; 440g) is available in supermarkets nationwide from mid October 2017 and we have 5 prize packs to give away, each containing two boxes of the new offering.
† 2 grams of plant sterols daily lowers cholesterol within 4 weeks as part of a healthy diet low in saturated fat
To enter, simply comment below then head over to our Health & Fitness Forum to make a decent contribution to finalize your entry. Make sure you check out next weeks Newsletter to see if you're one of our winners.
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