January, 2010 Issue
Whole Grain Breakfast Cereals: Top Ways To Start Your Days
Quite a few years ago, in the days of C.W. Post and W. K. Kellogg, ready-to-eat breakfast cereal was the latest fad, with two or three different types to choose from. Fast forward several decades and breakfast cereals have exploded into a multi-billion dollar industry with an entire supermarket aisle overflowing with different shapes, flavors and forms. And these days, many manufacturers try to entice you by promising their cereal is "Made with Whole Grain." In fact, it might appear that those rainbow-colored, sugar-coated rings are the nutritional equal of a bran flake or shredded wheat, but it’s not the case. We’ve read all the fine print to find out which whole grain cereal is really what it says it is.
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