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Best Selling Breakfast Cereals

Updated on April 11, 2013

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.

Make sure you stock up with some of the best selling breakfast cereals you can buy online. Buy in bulk so that you and your family never run out.

If you run out of cereals, by the time you have gone out to the shops to buy some more, you have missed the opportunity to have breakfast.

If it's not consumed first thing after you get up in the morning, or whatever time of day you choose to get up at, then your body will be deprived of the full nutritional benefits derived from having that vital first meal of the day.

Breakfast cereals are full of energy giving carbohydrates in the form of starch, a trace of fats and they usually have a whole range of B vitamins added to make sure we all eat enough of them (the B vitamins have been sadly lacking from our diets).

breakfast cereals
breakfast cereals

Best Selling Breakfast Cereals

Rice Krispies Treats Rice Cereal, 14.2-Ounce Boxes  (Pack of 4)
Rice Krispies Treats Rice Cereal, 14.2-Ounce Boxes (Pack of 4)

contains 10 essential vitamins @120 calories per serviing


Health Benefits of Breakfast Cereals

Doctors have learned that when we eat a breakfast, even when it is just a bowl of cereal with milk which we can wolf down in our rush to get to school or work, our energy levels rise considerably.

This makes our brains work better so that we find it easier to work or learn, without the 'cloudiness' associated with low blood sugar levels.

A bar of chocolate just doesn't do it.

We need to eat something much for substantial and a bowl of cereal grains is perfect.

Eating any of the best selling cereals when we arise from bed will:

  • Drastically improve our ability to concentrate and remember things, leading to greater productivity at work or school.
  • Children who eat cereals regularly as soon as they get up have less behavioural problems.
  • Thanks to the micronutrients added the the slow-release starches, those who take them regularly have been found to have a better balance of minerals and vitamins in their bodies.
  • You are less likely to become overweight. Breakfast cereals stave off hunger all through the morning, making you less likely to overeat at your next meal.
  • Breakfast cereals boost the immune system, making you less likely to catch bugs and infections. People who regularly take such a first meal of the day suffer fewer sick days at work or school.
  • Cereals provide around one-fifth of your daily dietary and nutritional needs.

Bring a little sunshine into your life and your family's lives by buying some of the best selling breakfast cereals.

One of the most important things about the variety of breakfast cereal that you buy is that you must like the taste of it.

I know that seems a bit obvious, but what I mean is there is no point in switching to a healthy-option breakfast cereal like All-Bran if you don't really like the taste of it.

Try your family out with different healthy option cereals, and then choose the one with lowest fat and sugar content, if possible.

If you are unlucky enough to find that members of your family will not eat anything but the ones with the highest sugar content, then don't worry about it too much.

As I said before, breakfast is the most important meal of the day, even a high sugar breakfast cereal is better than none at all.

Some people skip breakfast. Do you eat breakfast cereals...?

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    • Wesman Todd Shaw profile image

      Wesman Todd Shaw 

      7 years ago from Kaufman, Texas

      Gosh - I just really love Cinnamon Toast Crunch :-D

    • IzzyM profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago from UK

      Thanks, Blagsmith, and I will :)

    • The Blagsmith profile image

      The Blagsmith 

      7 years ago from Britain

      Hi Izzy,

      You visited one of my cheese hubs a while back. At the moment I am currently editing a hub called Customs and Cultures: Our Natural Diets, it is a comparison between British and Japanese food and the effects it has upon us. Anyway, I am going to link this hub to the word cereal in it.

      Oh by the way, I have added other cheese articles too, that are associated to Spain - a popular one is Manchego Cheese. Please drop by some time.

    • IzzyM profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago from UK

      So healthy for you too :)

    • Ingenira profile image


      7 years ago

      Yes, taking breakfast is important, and I love to have cereals for breakfast !

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      Rintojen Suurennus 

      7 years ago

      Thats my brand! Nice=)

    • IzzyM profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago from UK

      Bananas are delicious with cornflakes! Thanks for reminding me :)

    • Mark Ewbie profile image

      Mark Ewbie 

      7 years ago from UK

      Absolutely agree about the importance of breakfast and don't do it enough. Adding banana slices to a bowl of cereal is my basic tip to make it something extra special. That's if you like bananas of course.


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