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Actually you can buy any three promotional packs of kelloggs which says "free fitband" the price may vary according to what pack you buy.

I bought special k cereal bars £1 each so three packs for £3 only from sainsbury on offer and then pay £3 postage. There were other special k products on offer too but this was the cheapest.

Then just go on the url and pay for postage and wait for it to arrive which may take upto 3 week or more as i have experienced they send out the product late!
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Buys food packed with sugar to get wristband to be healthy.

Seems legit.
11 Likes
Its just an offer if you dont want to buy it then just dont!
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vfxuk
Buys food packed with sugar to get wristband to be healthy.
Seems legit.
How are they 'packed with sugar' though? I mean, you don't ever say that when someone has cereal with milk, right? But why not? Semi skimmed milk has around 9.5g sugar per 200ml, so before you've even added cereal to breakfast you're getting more sugar than these cereal bars.

The stigma around these is hilarious to be honest, mainly due to the ridiculous Daily Mail articles, etc. I personally think they are absolutely fine as long as you don't sit on your **** all day expecting to lose weight! Low in salt, low in saturates, low in calories, but a pretty good source of vitamins, fibre and slow burning energy if you buy ones with nuts/seeds/wholemeal cereal etc. Sure there's a few bad breakfast/cereal bars - worryingly the ones aimed at kids, but then you should always read nutritional info, etc.

I'm really quite intrigued on how the HUKD Anti-Sugar Division Food Police survive without sugar. I'm amazed they have the energy to even browse this site tbh!


Edited By: mamboboy on May 08, 2016 11:12: ff

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banned 1 Like #1
whats the spec of the band?
1 Like #2
powerjumps18
whats the spec of the band?


​What are the main features of my fitband?

The main features of the fitband are:
Step counter
Time mode
Distance mode

soon basically a pedometer.
#3
The question you should be asking is... Does the fitband actually work?
24 Likes #4
Buys food packed with sugar to get wristband to be healthy.

Seems legit.
11 Likes #5
Its just an offer if you dont want to buy it then just dont!
1 Like #6
Seems to be pretty good for the price, seems a little better than a basic step counter, pretty much all a fitbit does really.
1 Like #7
Tmu54
The question you should be asking is... Does the fitband actually work?
The simple answer is no you won't get fit from a fitband
10 Likes #8
vfxuk
Buys food packed with sugar to get wristband to be healthy.
Seems legit.
How are they 'packed with sugar' though? I mean, you don't ever say that when someone has cereal with milk, right? But why not? Semi skimmed milk has around 9.5g sugar per 200ml, so before you've even added cereal to breakfast you're getting more sugar than these cereal bars.

The stigma around these is hilarious to be honest, mainly due to the ridiculous Daily Mail articles, etc. I personally think they are absolutely fine as long as you don't sit on your **** all day expecting to lose weight! Low in salt, low in saturates, low in calories, but a pretty good source of vitamins, fibre and slow burning energy if you buy ones with nuts/seeds/wholemeal cereal etc. Sure there's a few bad breakfast/cereal bars - worryingly the ones aimed at kids, but then you should always read nutritional info, etc.

I'm really quite intrigued on how the HUKD Anti-Sugar Division Food Police survive without sugar. I'm amazed they have the energy to even browse this site tbh!


Edited By: mamboboy on May 08, 2016 11:12: ff
#9
I think the thread title should reflect the £3 p&p because this is not really free
#10
mamboboy
vfxuk
Buys food packed with sugar to get wristband to be healthy.
Seems legit.
How are they 'packed with sugar' though? I mean, you don't ever say that when someone has cereal with milk, right? But why not? Semi skimmed milk has around 9.5g sugar per 200ml, so before you've even added cereal to breakfast you're getting more sugar than these cereal bars.

The stigma around these is hilarious to be honest, mainly due to the ridiculous Daily Mail articles, etc. I personally think they are absolutely fine as long as you don't sit on your **** all day expecting to lose weight! Low in salt, low in saturates, low in calories, but a pretty good source of vitamins, fibre and slow burning energy if you buy ones with nuts/seeds/wholemeal cereal etc. Sure there's a few bad breakfast/cereal bars - worryingly the ones aimed at kids, but then you should always read nutritional info, etc.

I'm really quite intrigued on how the HUKD Anti-Sugar Food Police survive without sugar. I'm amazed they have the energy to even browse this site tbh!





​Haha exactly, people are like sheep these days and hang on the word of the media etc, instead of doing their own research.
#11
aau1
I think the thread title should reflect the £3 p&p because this is not really free
Yes thats whay the amount thats written says £6 minimum which includes postage and £3 packs of cereal bars! Or else you may choose any other pack which will be more expensive.
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vyp3r_snyp3r
mamboboy
vfxuk
Buys food packed with sugar to get wristband to be healthy.
Seems legit.
How are they 'packed with sugar' though? I mean, you don't ever say that when someone has cereal with milk, right? But why not? Semi skimmed milk has around 9.5g sugar per 200ml, so before you've even added cereal to breakfast you're getting more sugar than these cereal bars.
The stigma around these is hilarious to be honest, mainly due to the ridiculous Daily Mail articles, etc. I personally think they are absolutely fine as long as you don't sit on your **** all day expecting to lose weight! Low in salt, low in saturates, low in calories, but a pretty good source of vitamins, fibre and slow burning energy if you buy ones with nuts/seeds/wholemeal cereal etc. Sure there's a few bad breakfast/cereal bars - worryingly the ones aimed at kids, but then you should always read nutritional info, etc.
I'm really quite intrigued on how the HUKD Anti-Sugar Food Police survive without sugar. I'm amazed they have the energy to even browse this site tbh!
​Haha exactly, people are like sheep these days and hang on the word of the media etc, instead of doing their own research.

I think you guys need to so some research instead of shamelessly accusing people.
Sugars in milk come from lactose, which is a natural sugar produced by milk and enzymes.
This is different to added simple sugars present in cereal.
Honey has a high sugar content and is not as good a substitute as sugars present in fruit for example, from fructose. Fructose in fruit won't spike your blood sugar due to the high fibre content in fruit.

Not all sugars are equal.
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Heat. Worth the money to track how many steps are done in a day and a good motivator to increase physical activity. See how you get on with this device before you decide to upgrade to something like a Fitbit or Jawbone.
1 Like #14
andyluv
vyp3r_snyp3r
mamboboy
vfxuk
Buys food packed with sugar to get wristband to be healthy.
Seems legit.
How are they 'packed with sugar' though? I mean, you don't ever say that when someone has cereal with milk, right? But why not? Semi skimmed milk has around 9.5g sugar per 200ml, so before you've even added cereal to breakfast you're getting more sugar than these cereal bars.
The stigma around these is hilarious to be honest, mainly due to the ridiculous Daily Mail articles, etc. I personally think they are absolutely fine as long as you don't sit on your **** all day expecting to lose weight! Low in salt, low in saturates, low in calories, but a pretty good source of vitamins, fibre and slow burning energy if you buy ones with nuts/seeds/wholemeal cereal etc. Sure there's a few bad breakfast/cereal bars - worryingly the ones aimed at kids, but then you should always read nutritional info, etc.
I'm really quite intrigued on how the HUKD Anti-Sugar Food Police survive without sugar. I'm amazed they have the energy to even browse this site tbh!
​Haha exactly, people are like sheep these days and hang on the word of the media etc, instead of doing their own research.
I think you guys need to so some research instead of shamelessly accusing people.
Sugars in milk come from lactose, which is a natural sugar produced by milk and enzymes.
This is different to added simple sugars present in cereal.
Honey has a high sugar content and is not as good a substitute as sugars present in fruit for example, from fructose. Fructose in fruit won't spike your blood sugar due to the high fibre content in fruit.
Not all sugars are equal.


I know that. But members here seem to have such a stigma toward sugar in general. At the end of the day these are low calorie bars and they actually don't have much sugar in comparison to things people consume daily without thinking twice about. I mean, the 6.5g in Special K Red Berry Cereal Bars barely amounts to 1.5 teaspoons of sugar ffs.

At under 100 calories and about 6.5g of sugar they are actually pretty good for people wanting to diet while doing light daily exercise to lose weight. The calories from this would be burned off after a 1-mile 20 minute walk...





Edited By: mamboboy on May 08, 2016 12:53
#15
Has anyone actually managed to fully process the codes on Kelloggs site?
Have tried over 5 times and at the point of 'place order' the site goes 'oops something went wrong'.
#16
Can anyone please tell me if the packets need to have the offer on the cover to be eligible, or will any packets do towarss the fitband offer?

Many thanks.

M
#17
aau1
I think the thread title should reflect the £3 p&p because this is not really free
Agreed, it does annoy me when something is labelled as free then you have to pay money to get it meaning it's not actually free
1 Like #18
mamboboy
The stigma around these is hilarious to be honest, mainly due to the ridiculous Daily Mail articles, etc.

Ah, the moral superiority of the Sun reader strike again ;)
#19
cb-uk
mamboboy
The stigma around these is hilarious to be honest, mainly due to the ridiculous Daily Mail articles, etc.
Ah, the moral superiority of the Sun reader strike again ;)

They have managed to type and string together coherent sentences, so can't be a sun reader.

But anyway, yeah as far as cereal bars go these don't seem that bad for sugar, mind you they are pretty small and you'll feel like you've not eaten anything once you finish, but still...
#20
Rye Wolfe
Has anyone actually managed to fully process the codes on Kelloggs site?
Have tried over 5 times and at the point of 'place order' the site goes 'oops something went wrong'.


Yes i did, but before posting it on here
#21
technolover
Can anyone please tell me if the packets need to have the offer on the cover to be eligible, or will any packets do towarss the fitband offer?

Many thanks.

M


Yes the pack should say free fitband with its pucture on it. Like the one i have posted
#22
fyke
Its just an offer if you dont want to buy it then just dont!
Phew! Glad you've given permission!
#23
Thanks OP , have been thinking about getting something like this, am taking part in the GCC ( Global Corporate Challenge ) and am thinking that over the course of the 100 days I'm likely to lose the pedometer they give you, so this would be a handy backup if I can get it in time.
#24
mamboboy
andyluv
vyp3r_snyp3r
mamboboy
vfxuk
Buys food packed with sugar to get wristband to be healthy.
Seems legit.
How are they 'packed with sugar' though? I mean, you don't ever say that when someone has cereal with milk, right? But why not? Semi skimmed milk has around 9.5g sugar per 200ml, so before you've even added cereal to breakfast you're getting more sugar than these cereal bars.
The stigma around these is hilarious to be honest, mainly due to the ridiculous Daily Mail articles, etc. I personally think they are absolutely fine as long as you don't sit on your **** all day expecting to lose weight! Low in salt, low in saturates, low in calories, but a pretty good source of vitamins, fibre and slow burning energy if you buy ones with nuts/seeds/wholemeal cereal etc. Sure there's a few bad breakfast/cereal bars - worryingly the ones aimed at kids, but then you should always read nutritional info, etc.
I'm really quite intrigued on how the HUKD Anti-Sugar Food Police survive without sugar. I'm amazed they have the energy to even browse this site tbh!
​Haha exactly, people are like sheep these days and hang on the word of the media etc, instead of doing their own research.
I think you guys need to so some research instead of shamelessly accusing people.
Sugars in milk come from lactose, which is a natural sugar produced by milk and enzymes.
This is different to added simple sugars present in cereal.
Honey has a high sugar content and is not as good a substitute as sugars present in fruit for example, from fructose. Fructose in fruit won't spike your blood sugar due to the high fibre content in fruit.
Not all sugars are equal.


I know that. But members here seem to have such a stigma toward sugar in general. At the end of the day these are low calorie bars and they actually don't have much sugar in comparison to things people consume daily without thinking twice about. I mean, the 6.5g in Special K Red Berry Cereal Bars barely amounts to 1.5 teaspoons of sugar ffs.

At under 100 calories and about 6.5g of sugar they are actually pretty good for people wanting to diet while doing light daily exercise to lose weight. The calories from this would be burned off after a 1-mile 20 minute walk...






​Low calorie is usually considered 5 G of sugar per 100g. I kinda hate the whole bar thing we have nowadays. You'd think eat natural and all those things are low in sugar, but for the same amount of calories you could have a whole fruit. And that'd have more fibre and vitamins, so not really a great option I think.
If I want a chocolate bar I'd rather keep it as a treat and have a real chocolate bar rather than a small substitute. They never seem as satisfying lol
#25
mamboboy
vfxuk
Buys food packed with sugar to get wristband to be healthy.
Seems legit.
How are they 'packed with sugar' though? I mean, you don't ever say that when someone has cereal with milk, right? But why not? Semi skimmed milk has around 9.5g sugar per 200ml, so before you've even added cereal to breakfast you're getting more sugar than these cereal bars.
The stigma around these is hilarious to be honest, mainly due to the ridiculous Daily Mail articles, etc. I personally think they are absolutely fine as long as you don't sit on your **** all day expecting to lose weight! Low in salt, low in saturates, low in calories, but a pretty good source of vitamins, fibre and slow burning energy if you buy ones with nuts/seeds/wholemeal cereal etc. Sure there's a few bad breakfast/cereal bars - worryingly the ones aimed at kids, but then you should always read nutritional info, etc.
I'm really quite intrigued on how the HUKD Anti-Sugar Division Food Police survive without sugar. I'm amazed they have the energy to even browse this site tbh!

Not really about the sugar, the carbohydrate content/GI index is pretty naff with most kelloggs cereal.

HOWEVER; cereal bars are made for people who don't have time for cereal in the morning. Having a cereal bar is far better than not having anything at all as your metabolism won't start burning and neither will your brain
#26
Rye Wolfe
Has anyone actually managed to fully process the codes on Kelloggs site?
Have tried over 5 times and at the point of 'place order' the site goes 'oops something went wrong'.
Just figured out what was going wrong. Don't leave a space in the middle of postcode d'oh.
Have heat .
#27
tinkerbellian
Thanks OP , have been thinking about getting something like this, am taking part in the GCC ( Global Corporate Challenge ) and am thinking that over the course of the 100 days I'm likely to lose the pedometer they give you, so this would be a handy backup if I can get it in time.


Yes they usually dispatch it late can take upto 90 days' oO
#28
fyke
aau1
I think the thread title should reflect the £3 p&p because this is not really free
Yes thats whay the amount thats written says £6 minimum which includes postage and £3 packs of cereal bars! Or else you may choose any other pack which will be more expensive.

I can't see the word "minimum" anywhere....
#29
mamboboy
vfxuk
Buys food packed with sugar to get wristband to be healthy.
Seems legit.
How are they 'packed with sugar' though? I mean, you don't ever say that when someone has cereal with milk, right? But why not? Semi skimmed milk has around 9.5g sugar per 200ml, so before you've even added cereal to breakfast you're getting more sugar than these cereal bars.
The stigma around these is hilarious to be honest, mainly due to the ridiculous Daily Mail articles, etc. I personally think they are absolutely fine as long as you don't sit on your **** all day expecting to lose weight! Low in salt, low in saturates, low in calories, but a pretty good source of vitamins, fibre and slow burning energy if you buy ones with nuts/seeds/wholemeal cereal etc. Sure there's a few bad breakfast/cereal bars - worryingly the ones aimed at kids, but then you should always read nutritional info, etc.
I'm really quite intrigued on how the HUKD Anti-Sugar Division Food Police survive without sugar. I'm amazed they have the energy to even browse this site tbh!
*yawn*
#30
aau1
fyke
aau1
I think the thread title should reflect the £3 p&p because this is not really free
Yes thats whay the amount thats written says £6 minimum which includes postage and £3 packs of cereal bars! Or else you may choose any other pack which will be more expensive.

I can't see the word "minimum" anywhere....


Ok if its not written its well understood! If you dont like the deal just dont get it. I dont understand why people moan about it!! (_;)
#31
fyke
aau1
fyke
aau1
I think the thread title should reflect the £3 p&p because this is not really free
Yes thats whay the amount thats written says £6 minimum which includes postage and £3 packs of cereal bars! Or else you may choose any other pack which will be more expensive.
I can't see the word "minimum" anywhere....
Ok if its not written its well understood! If you dont like the deal just dont get it. I dont understand why people moan about it!! (_;)

It's well understood IF you read your opening post. Its not hard to mention it in the title though and make it clear from the start

The fact is it's not "free" and it's not "£6"
#32
mattturner756
mamboboy
vfxuk
Buys food packed with sugar to get wristband to be healthy.Seems legit.
How are they 'packed with sugar' though? I mean, you don't ever say that when someone has cereal with milk, right? But why not? Semi skimmed milk has around 9.5g sugar per 200ml, so before you've even added cereal to breakfast you're getting more sugar than these cereal bars.The stigma around these is hilarious to be honest, mainly due to the ridiculous Daily Mail articles, etc. I personally think they are absolutely fine as long as you don't sit on your **** all day expecting to lose weight! Low in salt, low in saturates, low in calories, but a pretty good source of vitamins, fibre and slow burning energy if you buy ones with nuts/seeds/wholemeal cereal etc. Sure there's a few bad breakfast/cereal bars - worryingly the ones aimed at kids, but then you should always read nutritional info, etc.I'm really quite intrigued on how the HUKD Anti-Sugar Division Food Police survive without sugar. I'm amazed they have the energy to even browse this site tbh!
Not really about the sugar, the carbohydrate content/GI index is pretty naff with most kelloggs cereal.HOWEVER; cereal bars are made for people who don't have time for cereal in the morning. Having a cereal bar is far better than not having anything at all as your metabolism won't start burning and neither will your brain

Not true.....
#33
micpwelsh
Tmu54
The question you should be asking is... Does the fitband actually work?
The simple answer is no you won't get fit from a fitband


​Very unfortunate that
#34
vfxuk
fyke
Its just an offer if you dont want to buy it then just dont!
Phew! Glad you've given permission!


Glad you realized you need permission X)
#35
UPDATE: recived my firband today its not too bad.
#36
fyke
UPDATE: recived my firband today its not too bad.
Thanks op.
Is the fitband any good? How long did it take to arrive?
#37
oluddemc
fyke
UPDATE: recived my firband today its not too bad.
Thanks op.
Is the fitband any good? How long did it take to arrive?


It took around 5-7 days its not bad ... One of those china ones not comparable to fitbit at all.
#38
Has anyone actually managed to fully process the codes on Kelloggs site?
Have tried over 5 times and at the point of 'place order' the site goes 'oops something went wrong'.
That happened to me the first time but then it went through. Saying that though it didn't work on my phone so I then tried my tablet so not sure if that made a difference.
#39
Has anyone actually managed to fully process the codes on Kelloggs site?
Have tried over 5 times and at the point of 'place order' the site goes 'oops something went wrong'.
same for me
#40
Has anyone got any spare codes I went to buy some more packs as my daughter wants one but they've run out?

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