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Energizer Bunny's Mommy Reports: Healthy breakfast habits (General Mills Review)

Jan 14, 2010

Healthy breakfast habits (General Mills Review)

I've heard many people say they're in rush to take their kids to school, so just pack them a snack and a big, heavy lunch to tide the little ones through the day. I know many adults who skip breakfast, eat a heavy lunch at work and an even heavier dinner once they get back home.... Two scenarios that scream out 'UNHEALTHY' all the way!

Growing up, I thought my Mom was unfair to stuff us with a solid breakfast, juice/milk and then send us to school. Today as a Mom, I see myself making sure Bunny girl eats an equivalently nutritious and healthy a breakfast as possible....yes, I see my Mom in myself now!

It's important our children and selves begin the day with a good substance filled meal for more efficiency in performance and activity through the day. Breakfast is crucial and yes with time seeming limited on our hands half the time, a quick and easy way to do this is to feed your child and yourself with a bowl of cereal and milk.

Why cereal?

Cereals are...
  • Rich in important vitamins, minerals and nutrients like vitamin A, B6, iron, niacin and zinc
  • Wholesome with atleast 8 grams of whole grains per serving
  • A healthier breakfast alternative with less fat and less cholesterol resulting in healthier body weight and lower Body Mass Index Measures

Now everyone knows Bunny girl and I have a weakness for General Mills' cereal- Cheerios (Honey Nut and Multi-grain Cheerios being our favorites!).

Did you know that General Mills has recently committed to taking an additional step towards providing us with a healthier bowl of cereal by....
  • Reducing the sugar levels to single digit grams per serving and
  • Increasing key nutrients like calcium, vitamin D and whole grain? (Over 20 General Mills cereals today confirm providing 16 grams of whole grain per cereal serving.)
Lets change things today if our breakfast habits are not in line with the 'Healthy Factor' and here's an incentive to start buying those boxes of can sign up for a chance to win a free box of Cheerios. By signing up, you will receive 4$ in Cheerios coupons, delivered to your email inbox. You can also print off other General Mills cereal coupons from this link.

** EBMR Disclaimer:
In collaboration with this awareness campaign I have received 4 coupons for free cereal and the published information from General Mills through My Blog Spark. This review has not been monetarily compensated.**

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