Best and worst cereals - which healthy cereal should you choose?
Every family has a cupboard full of different breakfast cereals, but while many of these claim to be a 'healthy' option, some are actually hiding heaps of sugar and salt that could be ruining your diet and might not be a great choice for your kids!
Cereal always seems to be in the headlines nowadays, and there’s debate over whether it’s still the nutritious breakfast we once thought. However, there are some very healthy cereal options on the market - it can just feel overwhelming to find these healthy cereals when you're standing, strapped for time, in the supermarket aisle!
That's why we've pulled together the not-so-healthy cereals along with the healthiest cereals, so you can make the best choice for your family.
We've rounded up some of the best and worst cereals from various stores and brands and given each one a rating out of 10, 1 being bad and 10 being good. Want to know how your favourite compares? Simply click onwards to find out the healthiest!
You might find yourself surprised at the results…
To make our findings fair we have analysed the cereals from 100g portions and haven't included milk.
An average cereal portion for an adult is 30g and about 20g for younger children.
A 100ml serving of milk has the following nutritional content:
What’s your family’s favourite healthy cereal from our round up? And are you surprised at any of the results? Let us know in the comment box below.
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