Honey Nut Cheerios cereal is a great tasting way to help lower your cholesterol. It's made with real honey for a delicious sweet taste and soluble fiber from whole grain oats to help lower your cholesterol.
Honey Nut Cheerios
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You already know that Honey Nut Cheerios packs the goodness of Cheerios with the irresistible taste of golden honey, making it a family favorite. But did you know that each little "o" also contains soluble fiber from whole grain oats?
As part of a heart-healthy eating plan, eating Honey Nut Cheerios each day can help lower your cholesterol.* Made with whole grains and low in fat, Cheerios also provides 13 essential vitamins and minerals. That’s something that everyone can smile about!
*Three grams of soluble fiber daily from whole grain oat foods, as part of a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol, may reduce the risk of heart disease. Honey Nut Cheerios provides .75g of soluble fiber per serving.Why they're so good:
- 13 vitamins & minerals
- Low fat
- Good source of calcium
- Made with whole grain
- Helps reduce the risk of heart disease
- Can help lower cholesterol
- Excellent source of iron
- Certified by the American Heart Association®, Learn more at heartcheckmark.org
When you consider the benefits of cereal, you’ll see why it is a great breakfast choice.
Ready-to-eat cereals are rich in important vitamins and minerals, yet lower in calories than many other breakfast options.
Cereal eaters also consume less fat, less cholesterol and more fiber than noncereal eaters.
The benefits of Big G cereals
All General Mills Big G cereals have whole grain as the first ingredient. Just look for the white check!
Cereal is already one of the healthiest breakfast choices you can make. And the entire Big G cereal line is made with whole grains, making breakfast even healthier.Five Ways Whole Grains Can Change Your Life:
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- Heart health. Heart-healthy diets rich in whole grain foods can reduce the risk of heart disease.
- Reduce cancer risk. Low fat diets rich in fiber-containing grain products, fruits and vegetables may reduce the risk of some types of cancer, particularly of the stomach and colon.
- Manage diabetes. The American Diabetes Association recommends whole grain as part of a diabetic diet.
- Keep you regular. Fiber from whole grains promotes regularity and keeps the intestines working smoothly to help maintain good digestive health.
- Weight management. A growing body of evidence supports that people who eat more whole grain tend to have healthier body weights and gain less weight over time than those who don’t.
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