The Unhealthiest Cereals in the U.S Found on Grocery Store Shelves  

The National Weight Control Registry did a study that revealed that 78% of individuals who lost over 30 pounds and kept it off did so by eating a good breakfast daily.

Assessing Unhealthy Cereals Any cereals that contain 11 or more grams of sugar per serving are full of bad ingredients

Kellogg's Smart Start Original Antioxidants: This cereal may sound smart and healthy with the word “antioxidants,”

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but it actually contains a whopping 18 grams of added sugar per serving. The high sugar content can lead to energy crashes and potential weight gain.

Kellogg’s Cracklin’ Oat Bran: Despite its name, Cracklin’ Oat Bran is far from a nutritious choice.

It contains nearly 20 grams of sugar per cup and is full of palm and soybean oils, which are high in saturated fats and can contribute to inflammation in the body.

Mom’s Best Crispy Cocoa Rice Cereal: Marketed as “Mom’s Best,” this unhealthy cereal is far from a healthy option with 18 grams of sugar per cup. 

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