Cereal is a staple in 91 percent of American households.
Most eat it for breakfast, but 11 percent have cereal
for dinner, according to the market research company
Consumer Reports hunted down the most nutritious cereals
that are also tasty.
Consumer Reports defines a healthy cereal as one that
per serving contains:
A maximum of 3 grams of fat
A maximum of 140 milligrams of sodium
Under 8 grams of sugar
Consumer Reports expert sensory panel was asked can
a cereal be healthy and not taste like cardboard?
The answer is yes! They found 13 cereals to recommend
that are both healthy and tasty.
Bobs Red Mill Old Country Style Muesli
Kind Vanilla Blueberry Clusters with Flax
Regular Cheerios and Cheerios Multigrain
Post Grape-Nuts The Original
Post Shredded Wheat
Wheat n Bran Spoon Size
Alpen Muesli No Sugar Added
Kelloggs All-Bran Original
Total Whole Grain
Quaker Oatmeal Squares Brown Sugar
Natures Path Organic
Flax Plus Flakes
Kix Crispy Corn Puffs
Post Shredded Wheat Original Spoon Size
There are plenty of good reasons to eat breakfast.
Studies show it may protect you against heart disease,
reduce your risk of type 2 diabetes, and may even
improve your mind.
Research on adults and children finds that having
breakfast can enhance memory, attention, and verbal
abilities by stabilizing your glucose levels.
So eat up!