Sprouted Grain Cereal

How to Find the Healthiest Cereal

Eating breakfast is an important way to begin your day. However, if you’re a cereal lover, you may be shocked to know that depending on what you’re eating, it can also be the unhealthiest meal of your day. The cereal you eat each day is either serving your body with whole grains, fibers and proteins or is slowly drowning it in a deadening pool of sugar. There is so much sugar content in many of the most popular cereal brands that they would much better classify as desserts than healthy breakfasts.  How do you find the healthiest cereal so that your body is nutritionally fueled instead of nutritionally fooled? Check out our top 3 tips below.

  1. What You Will Not Find in the Healthiest Cereal

    All too many cereals you’ll see stacked in the aisle at your grocery store contain white flours, or enriched white flours, lots of sugars (over  5 grams and many with 10g or more), and excess salt. Cereals with processed ingredients and artificial preservatives like these have the majority of the vitamins removed with only a handful added back in. This can easily lead to vitamin deficiencies and related health problems such as obesity, diabetes, heart disease, allergies and asthma, gluten intolerance and celiac disease.
    Be sure to check the label to make sure the cereal you’re considering is not loaded with these ingredients. Although these nutritionally deficient cereals may have an exuberantly happy cartoon character on them, you can nearly guarantee that your body will not be very happy if you consistently eat them.

  2. What You Will Find in the Healthiest Cereal

    The best cereals contain whole grains or sprouted whole grains, legumes, water, maybe a little natural sugar (malted barley, or agave) and minimal salt for flavor. Cereals with these ingredients are much more likely to be packed with protein, fiber, and vitamins with your wellbeing in mind.
    In addition to avoiding the ingredients mentioned above, evaluate the cereal box to make sure there are at least 3-5 grams of protein and 3-5 grams of fiber. Sprouted grains and legumes are a huge benefit because this combination makes the protein contains all 9 essential Amino Acids that you must get from your diet, making it a complete protein. Although these healthy cereals may not have a prize inside the box, the cereal itself will become a prize inside your body as it serves you in your overall health and wellbeing.

  3. Food For Life has the Healthiest Cereal

    All of Food For Life’s cereals are naturally high in fiber and protein, low in sugar, and low in fats. Food For Life’s Ezekiel 4:9 crunchy cereal and flake cereal are also made entirely with sprouted whole grains and stick to the same policy as the Ezekiel 4:9 bread.  Simple, and natural, sprouted for optimum nutrition.

Eating the healthiest cereal every morning helps control your weight, elevate your energy, and fight against diseases associated with malnourishment. Start munching on it today!
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