WASHINGTON — Eating cereal can do more than complement your breakfast — new research shows eating it can help lead to a longer life. A study conducted at the Harvard Public School of Health and…
Everyone\’s kitchen shelves seem to contain at least one box of
cereal, and the grocery aisle is full of choices. But some of the most popular
cereal brands fail to make the list of the healthiest.
Children\’s cereals contain too much sugar and can contribute as much as 10 pounds of sugar to a child\’s diet a year, according to a new report.
Paul Kita of Men\’s Health magazine has advice on picking a healthy cereal and on the health benefits of different mix-ins.
Original Cheerios made from non-GMO ingredients will soon appear on store shelves. Food expert Mary Beth Albright explains what all the fuss is about.