These Are the Healthiest Cereals You Can Buy
We believe that breakfast is essential to starting your day off right — but it's important that you eat a breakfast that provides wholesome whole grains, filling fiber, and protein instead of empty-calorie added sugars. You need to check those nutrition labels!
Look for breakfast cereals that are 100 percent (or primarily made from) whole grains and meet these healthy criteria per serving:
- No more than 220 calories
- Contain 5 or more grams of fiber
- Have less than 8 grams (2 tsp) of added sugars
- Provide 3 or more grams of protein for enhanced satiety
Here are the healthiest breakfast cereals out there: