How to Pick the Healthiest Breakfast Cereal (Page 3)

Limit Sodium

2. Limit Sodium

Some cereals are so low in calories you may be tempted to eat more. But if you double your portion, your breakfast can easily eat up a quarter of your daily allotment of sodium since many cereals hover around 200 mg of sodium per serving and milk adds another 100 mg sodium per cup.

Look for: Sodium ≤ 240 mg per serving

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