Practical wisdom says that among the daily meals, breakfast rules. Scientific research continues to back that up. A "healthy" breakfast in particular can include the following kinds of foods:
- Whole grain found in some ready-to-eat or hot whole grain cereals, whole-grain breads, rolls and bagels;
- Lean proteins like hard-boiled eggs, peanut butter, lean slices of meat and poultry;
- Low-fat dairy like skim milk, low-fat yogurt and low-fat cheeses;
- Fresh fruits and vegetables and 100% juice drinks
How can we help?
The vitamins, minerals and whole grain in Cheerios® cereal can play an important role in a healthy breakfast. Cheerios is low in fat, naturally cholesterol free and made with whole grain. Ingredients like whole grain oats are part of the secret behind the classic flavor of Cheerios that makes people happy, and happiness is important too. It might even make you a morning person.
All Big G cereals have at least 8 grams of whole grain per serving; at least 48 grams are recommended daily.