Food Comparison

September 1997 Issue

The Best to You Each Morning: Cereals Chock Full O' Fiber

These days, with dozens of cereals on the shelves, the chore of choosing one can be daunting. Here, EN narrows the search by compiling cereals with five grams or more of fiber per serving, enough to be considered a good source. Are you more likely to find a high-fiber cereal in a health food store? Not really. Fiber counts are actually quite comparable to what you find in the supermarket. But the similarity

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