John Harvey Kellogg was the inventor of the first cold cereal in 1894. It’s no surprise that by the 1900’s, due to the low cost to manufacture and the long shelf life, cereal was on the move.
What we know about cereal: Whether it’s a “healthy” looking cereal or a cereal marketed to children full of many colors, the fact is consuming such high amounts of sugar first thing in the morning is causing a blood sugar crash right out of the gate. When comparing a “healthier” cereal like Frosted Mini Wheats to Trix, Frosted Mini Wheats has almost twice the amount of sugar that Trix does.
In summary, choose a breakfast with a low amount of sugar and a high amount of protein and fiber. This will help you stay fuller for longer and not spike your blood sugar first thing. It will also help you stay active, alert, and full.
Secret: Frosted Mini Wheats contain more sugar than the kid’s favorite cereal Trix.