I am currently eating muesli for breakfast but I am wondering if there is a better cereal to eat in the morning.
Whether your breakfast cereal is ready-to-eat or cooked, it should be made from whole grains and be low in sugar, fat and sodium, high in fiber, and free of saturated- and trans-fat. Ideally, one serving should provide about 5 grams of fiber, no more than 8 grams of sugar, 3 grams of fat, 140 mg of sodium, and have a whole grain listed as the first ingredient. Fortified cereals provide significant nutrients, but fortification not as important as whole grains. Cereals are made healthier by adding fat-free milk and fresh fruit. Use the food grades on Calorie Count to identify the healthiest cereals.