List of Fortified Cereals

Fortified cereals can be a beneficial way to consume the recommended daily amounts of vitamins and minerals. The variety of options and flavors available make it easier to find a fortified cereal for every taste and diet preference. Two well-known names in ready-to-eat cereals are General Mills and Kellogg's.

Jody Braverman
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Is It Healthy to Eat Yogurt and Granola?

Keeping ready-to-eat, nutritious foods on hand can help you stick to a healthy diet because you can reach for them instead of fast food or unhealthy snacks when you're hungry. Yogurt and granola can be ideal choices for breakfasts or snacks.

Paula Martinac
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Top 10 Healthiest Cereals

Shopping for cereal can be confusing because of the many different options available. A healthy cereal should provide you with a bowl full of good nutrition.

Angela Lang
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The Calories in Special K With Milk

Learn more about the calorie and nutritional content in a bowl of Special K cereal with a variety of milks.

Brian Willett
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Cereal and Acne

Starting the day with a bowl of breakfast cereal is a quick and easy way to fuel up in the morning before heading to school or work. Unfortunately, most breakfast cereals, with the exception of a few, belong to a category of foods that can contribute to acne and prevent you from having clear skin.

Aglaee Jacob
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Can Babies Be Allergic to Rice Cereal?

Any substance can cause an allergic reaction in a baby. Doctors often recommend rice cereal as a perfect first food because wheat makes the list of the eight top allergenic foods, according to But rice can trigger allergic reactions in susceptible infants.

Sharon Perkins
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Different Ways to Prepare Rice Cereal for a Baby

When your baby is around six months old, you can start feeding him solid food. Most parents start with rice cereal. This cereal is his first taste of food, and is fortified with vitamins and minerals that he needs for his rapidly growing body.

Natalie Smith
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What Does it Mean When You Crave Cereal?

A food craving can be a mild distraction or an outright obsession. Most cereals are high in sugar and carbohydrates and may also be high in fat. Sugar, carbs and fats are the most commonly craved types of food. A craving for cereal can have several causes, ranging from chronic stress to hormonal fluctuations.

Cindy Hill
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What Is the Difference Between Muesli & Granola?

Muesli and granola are virtually indistinguishable on the grocery store shelf. Despite sharing many common ingredients and remarkably similar histories, however, the two oat-based cereals are actually quite different.

Meg Campbell
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Top 10 Kids Cereals

Buying cereal for kids can be a hard task. It�s difficult enough to figure out which of many cereals lining the shelves of the aisle are good for you. You also have to find a cereal that will appeal to kids.

Ann Bartkowski
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How to Add Psyllium to Cereal

Psyllium (also called psyllium seed husk, isabgol or isphagula) has been used for years to alleviate constipation, cleanse the colon and to improve digestion, and it can be found in many over-the-counter laxatives. Some people also use psyllium to lower their cholesterol or help control diabetes.

Heidi Almond
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Can You Eat Whole Grain Cereal at Night?

It's common to want a snack in the evening hours -- you've finished dinner but breakfast is still a full night's sleep away. If you find your tummy rumbling at night, avoid the urge to snack on unhealthy desserts or fatty treats.

Jody Braverman
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