1. Answer: A
2. Answer: False.
- Always check the ingredient list for "whole oats" or see if the phrase "100 percent whole grains" appears on the box.
3. Answer: C
- In general, a good cereal will offer at least 3 grams of fiber per serving.
4. Answer: False.
- Always read the nutrition label because the granola found in cereal can be high in fat and/or sugar.
5. Answer: C
- Studies have confirmed that high-fiber cereals not only fill you up but make you feel less tired.
6. Answer: True.
- Raisins or dried fruit increase sugar content. Most manufacturers do not distinguish how much of a cereal's sugar content is from the fruit, so it is best to look for low-sugar cereals.
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