How to Pick the Healthiest Breakfast Cereal (Page 4)

Save on Sugar

3. Save on Sugar

Look for sugar toward the end of the ingredient list (which means it has less of it). Also, watch out for multiple forms of sugar (and its many aliases, like fruit juice concentrate or evaporated cane juice).

Many cereals use dried fruit that’s been coated with sugar. Better to add fresh or unsweetened dried fruit for natural sweetness.

Look for: Sugar ≤ 7 g per serving

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