It is debated that breakfast is the most important meal of the day – but the critics are out on that and they have yet to come to a final answer. Whether it is or isn’t, what is important is to make sure that every meal you eat provides you with the nutrients your body needs.
Breakfast is seen by many as more important than other meals as you are literally breaking the fast after being asleep for an average of 6-9 hours.
So when it comes to your morning meal, how healthy is your choice in breakfast? Whether you skip it altogether and grab a coffee on the go, or you sit down for a full cooked breakfast, we’ve got the facts to help you make the best decision to nourish your body.
Calories: 177, Sugar: 16.8g, Saturated Fat: 1.7g, Protein: 6.1g, Salt: 0.4g
While a bowl of this chocolate cereal tastes nice and provides 25% of your RDA of iron, that doesn’t outweigh the amount of sugar, so it’s best to avoid these sorts of cereals.