The Guardian has published a really informative and interesting article on breakfast cereals.
Britain is one of the world’s largest consumers of puffed, flaked and sugared breakfast cereals. How did that happen when many were said to contain less nutrition than the boxes they come in?
Personally I avoid most breakfast cereals, as most have way too much sugar in them, or they have huge amounts of salt in them.
Corn Flakes for example are more salty than some good quality sausages!
It should be noted that bread (for toast) is also very salty in comparison.
So what’s in your cereal bowl?