• Selange Giannetto

What's in Your Bowl?

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Cereal fills more bowls in the morning than any other item. When choosing a cereal, read the nutritional label, taking note of added sugar, fiber, sodium, folate, and vitamin D.

Did you know when shopping the cereal aisle items below your knees may be cheaper, and those on the top shelf may have higher nutritional value. [1]

Plant-based milk are often fortified with calcium, vitamin D and A.[2]

For more information on better breakfast cereals

Prevention Magazine 10 Best Breakfast Cereals

Enjoy Cereals that are Nutritious and Filling

Healthy Breakfast Foods at the Grocery Store

Healthy Breakfast Options Mayo Clinic

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