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Lizzo's Viral 'Nature Cereal' Is The Latest Food Trend That Will Have Your Gut Thanking You
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Lizzo's Viral 'Nature Cereal' Is The Latest Food Trend That Will Have Your Gut Thanking You

"I'm just glad y'all are getting their antioxidants, hydration and energy."

Lizzo

The latest viral food craze on TikTok is a bowl of fruit with fresh coconut water, dubbed "nature's cereal." It all started when a vegan food TikToker, who goes by the name "Natures Food," shared a video filling a bowl with fresh pomegranate, blueberries and blackberries, topped with fresh coconut water. In a video posted in February, he said:

@natures_food

nature's cereal #fruit #fruits #share

"This my friends is what breakfast cereal looks like for me. My number one thing I notice when I eat this is my energy level -- goes through the roof."

From here, our sis Lizzo, who is vegan herself, tried it for her social media to enjoy, and the rest went down in viral food trend history. In her version of the dish, she swapped strawberries in place of blackberries and added ice to make the mix extra cold and crunchy. Captioned:

"It's actually really good, y'all."
@lizzo

🫐🍓🥥 it’s actually really good y’all @natures_food

She posted a follow-up with another bowl of the fruit instead of cereal saying, "I'm addicted."

Of course, the natural course of action, was for the cereal to go up. So, you can thank Lizzo for your social media accounts being flooded with the new craze.

​But social media wouldn't be social media without thoughts:

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From those that loved it: 

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To confused by it:

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To obsessed:

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And Lizzo wouldn't be Lizzo, if she didn't know how to deal with the responses, good and bad.

"I'm just glad y'all are getting their antioxidants, hydration and energy."

Us too, sis. Us too. Let's get these abs, ladies!

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