Shopping for healthy cereal can be confusing because of the many different options available. A healthy cereal should provide you with a bowl full of good nutrition: low calories, high fiber, high protein, and packed with vitamins and minerals to give your body a healthy start to the day.
Here are some healthy cereal options for you to consider:
• Kellogg’s Frosted Mini Wheats – 24 biscuits serving offers a generous 6g of protein, 6g of fiber and 200 calories. This cereal earned a “good” rating overall by Consumer Reports, despite having 12g of sugar, because of its overall nutritional profile.
• Post Grape Nuts – While the half cup serving size may seem small, these tiny nuggets are full of whole grains and are an excellent source of fiber with 7g. The 6g of protein you’ll eat will keep you full as your morning passes. High in iron, Grape Nuts can also be a crunchy topping to a fruit and yogurt parfait.
• General Mills Cheerios – Cheerios is a low-calorie choice with 100 calories per cup. This cereal tops the healthiest cereal list because of its low sugar content at just 1g.
• Kashi 7 Whole Grain Puffs – Kashi 7 Whole Grain Puffs cereal has 0g of sugar and only 70 calories per serving.
• General Mills Fiber One – Fiber One has a substantial 14g of fiber in a half-cup portion, 0g sugar, low in calories, fat and sodium.
• Kellogg’s Special K Protein Plus – Special K Protein Plus cereal has 10g of protein in a ¾ cup portion, low in calories, low in sugar, and 5g of fiber per serving.
• Kellogg’s All Bran – All Bran cereal is low in calories, has a substantial 10g of fiber in each serving, 4g of protein and only 80mg of sodium.
Even with the nutritional benefits in mind, you also want to be sure that your healthy cereal option tastes good. With the right information you can be certain that your next bowl is going to be good for your health.
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