Nutrition is full of all sorts of lies, myths and misconceptions. What people believe true is often the exact opposite of the truth. For example, most breakfast cereal is unhealthy. They load it with sugar and other fattening and unpronounceable ingredients. “Starting your day off with a processed cereal will spike your blood sugar and insulin levels. When your blood sugar crashes a few hours later, your body will call for another snack high in refined carbs.” Reading that, one might think all cereal is bad for you. Regular shredded wheat, not the kind coated in sugar, for example, contains little to no sugar. Unless you are on a no gluten diet, it provides a good breakfast alternative. A cup served with a half cup skim milk gives protein and is tasty. If you are non dairy then use another no dairy milk such as coconut or almond. Read this from Post: “The results are in! 9 out of 10 physicians recommend Post Shredded Wheat as part of a healthy diet to help reduce the risk of heart disease and to maintain heart health. In fact, 97% of doctors surveyed with more than 15 years of experience would recommend Post Shredded Wheat as part of a healthy diet to help reduce the risk of heart disease.” So let the dieter decide. What meets your plan?
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