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Cereal Box Nutrition Label
It depends: The answer depends on the specific cereal you're eating. Many have too much sugar in them, etc. A good site where you can check the nutritional value in different cereals is cereal facts: http://www.Cerealfacts.Org/ another is nutrition resource: http://www.Nutritionresource.Com/foodcomp2.Cfm?Id=0800. ...Read more
No: Neither would take away the benefit.Get a more detailed answer ›
I see on cereal labels that some have added "fiber", but the "fiber" names sound artificial. Is the so called "fiber" safe? Is it helpful?
Safe and helpful: The "fiber" in cereal and other foods is typically the husk around seeds like grain or psyllium. It is safe and many people find it helps to keep them regular. Note, however, that many sugary cereals like lucky charms are not advertising "whole grain" and otherwise claiming to be high in fiber. They are still loaded with sugar and not very healthy. ...Read more
State of food: What is the state of food in the package? If it's uncooked the label refers to uncooked, if it's cooked, the label refers to cooked. ...Read more
I like to eat a lot of cereal and yogurt, and drink a lot of milk throughout the day. I also eat a nutrition bar every day. Am i consuming too much ca?
No: The human body is incredibly tough, and genghis khan's troops lived largely on milk. Scaring people about what they eat it big business, and most of what you read is silly stuff. Unless you're from a kidney-stone family or have a known biochemical defect involving calcium, eat whatever you want that provides enough of your basic nutrients. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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