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Let’s start with heart-healthy fiber. Kellogg's offers more than 30 different cereals that are a good or excellent source of this important nutrient. Two all-stars of the cereal aisle—Kellogg's Raisin Bran and Frosted Mini Wheats—pack a whopping 20% or more of the daily recommended fiber amount in each serving. That’s great news for your digestive health. To fill your family with even more fiber, think outside the bowl. Add crushed cereal to yogurt, applesauce, or smoothie bowls for extra crunch. Or top cereal with your favorite fiber-rich fruit—like bananas, raspberries, or strawberries—for added nutrients and endless possibilities. 

Another must-have for keeping busy families full and fueled is protein. One quick and easy bowl of Kellogg's cereal with milk can deliver double digit protein content. You might not think of light and crispy Special K Original as a muscle-making meal, but one serving with 3/4 cup milk has 11 grams of protein (5 grams from the cereal and 6 grams from the milk). In fact, there are 15 different Kellogg's cereals which, paired with that much milk, deliver 10% of the daily recommended protein amount in just one bowl.  

Kellogg's cereal is also a smart choice for your family because of what it leaves out: high fructose corn syrup and lots of added sugar. Kellogg's offers a variety of products—including classic Corn Flakes and kid-friendly Rice Krispies—with 5 grams of sugar or less. 

So now the sound of your favorite cereal hitting the bowl can give you even more to smile about. Raise a spoon to your health.  

Sponsored by Kellogg’s® 

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