Sunday, July 16, 2017

INTERESTING READ ABOUT CEREALS - "Cheerios Nutrition: Is This Popular Food Actually Healthy for Kids & Adults?"

Cheerios Nutrition: Is This Popular Food Actually Healthy for Kids and Adults?
They’re a popular finger food for toddlers, and countless kids (and adults) chow down on a bowl of them every morning. But is Cheerios cereal really a healthy food to be feeding your children or even yourself? Let’s take a look at the Cheerios nutrition information. 

Cheerios boast that they are made from heart healthy whole grains. There aren’t any added food dyes and the enriched vitamins and minerals are supposed to be good for you and your family. Therefore it would be easy to assume that Cheerios are a safe, nutritious choice for breakfast − especially since whole grains are part of the USDA’s recommended dietary guidelines. 

Unfortunately, what is NOT being listed, or listed accurately on the Cheerios nutrition label, is of bigger concern than what’s shown on the label. For instance:
  • Acrylamide
  • Sugar sources
  • Emulsifiers
  • Flavor enhancers
  • Inorganic salts
  • Tocopherols
These can all be found in Cheerios and all merit a closer investigation. Let’s take a look at what these Cheerios ingredients and additives can do to your health…

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