Kick off your day with a bowl of whole grain cereal, review/giveaway
General Mills knows that nutrition is a high priority for families. Whole grains are important to a healthy diet. That's why General Mills has put whole grains as the first ingredient in their white check cereals. Each cereal with the big white check means that there is more whole grain than any other ingredient.
What is whole grain? From the Whole Grain Nation website "Whole grain cereals use the entire grain seed of wheat, rye, rice, barley, corn, or oats without milling out the bran and germ. “Whole grain” means it’s the complete grain, including the bran, the germ and the endosperm. The health benefits of whole grain come from those three components working together in their natural proportions."
Why whole grain? By incorporating more whole grains in your website, you can help in the following health areas: heart health, reduce cancer risk, manage diabetes, keep you regular and weight management.
Dietary Guidelines recommend people get at least 48 grams of whole grain in their daily diets. How can you get your recommended whole grain? Start your day with a big bowl of whole grain cereal of course!
Many of your favorite General Mills cereals offer whole grain as its first ingredient. Cereals include Cheerios®, Lucky Charms®, Cinnamon Toast Crunch®, Honey Nut Cheerios® and Total®. Look for the big white check and you'll know that whole grain is the first ingredient on these beloved breakfast foods.
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