You may not know it, but March 7 is National Cereal Day. Whether you’re a child of the 60s or a parent of the new generation, National Cereal Day is a good time to consider starting each day with healthy food choices.
Maybe you grew up on Pop Tarts and sugary cereal. Maybe your idea of the perfect breakfast is a slice of last night’s pizza or a couple of donuts. Maybe you don’t eat breakfast at all, opting for a cup of coffee or an energy drink to start the day.
Breakfast on the weekends is often a family treat. Some families enjoy chocolate chip pancakes while others sit down to a hearty breakfast of eggs, bacon and biscuits. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so try something new today.
Kids model what they see their parents doing. Instead of grabbing a cup of coffee on the way out the door or hitting Sheetz or McDonalds on the way to your destination, start the day a different way. Sit down as a family and fuel your body to face the day.
While sugary, unhealthy cereals are always crowd favorites, you can make a change for the good with one of these healthier options to start your morning out right.
Erewhon is a brand dedicated to creating organic cereals with high quality and integrity. Made with organic and non-GMO ingredients, Erewhon offers consumers healthy cereal options they feel good about eating.
Peace Cereal is the premiere line of non-GMO verified cereals that provides a celebration of flavor and nutrition. Peace Cereal is on a mission to provide consumers with a healthy start in their day, Filled with whole grains, fiber and protein, Peace Cereal delivers Peace of Mind in every bite. It’s not only good-for-you but also for the community, Peace Cereal makes a contribution to non-profit causes for every Peace Cereal product sold.
An American original since 1908, the Uncle Sam line of high fiber and heart-healthy cereals is made from simple and non-GMO ingredients.. Two of their cereals – Uncle Sam Original Wheat Berry Flakes and Uncle Sam Skinner’s Raisin – just received the Heart-Check mark certification from the American Heart Association.
There are plenty of unhealthy choices for breakfast. Many parents have grabbed a bag of chips and a soft drink or a slice of cake when the kids weren’t watching and called it breakfast. Try making a change this weekend.
Celebrate National Cereal Day and teach your body a new morning routine. A bowl of heart-healthy cereal and a piece of fruit starts your day off with whole grains, vitamins and nature-made energy.