Here’s the Scoop!

When researchers from Tufts University analyzed the dietary habits of 434 men and women, they found that those who ate about three servings of whole grains a day...

When researchers from Tufts University analyzed the dietary habits of 434 men and women, they found that those who ate about three servings of whole grains a day mainly from cereal had lower body mass indexes than those who ate less. They also had 5 percent less belly fat.

The fiber in cereal may pump up your digestive hormones sensitivity to insulin; both of which can lead to reduced fat storage. For optimum performance and alertness; jump start your day with a bowl of fresh hot oatmeal, and to stay energized throughout the day add two more servings of fresh whole grains.