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Kellogg'S Just Right Cereal, 500 G, Pack Of 5

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I love cycling to work and when I get some me-time I also love a good shop - most of which is done online these days! No added sugar muesli contains a mixture of grains, fruit and nuts and the combination will differ between brands and varieties so the amount of oat beta glucans will be more variable than porridge, which is made only of oats. The dried fruit that is added should provide all the additional sweetness you need and will also count towards your five a day but choose a muesli with no added sugar and be aware that many fruit and nut mueslis (especially tropical fruit versions) contain sweetened dried fruit, which means they have sugar added even if it isn’t listed separately on the ingredients. Banana chips are another popular muesli ingredient that will contain added sugars and saturated fats.

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Just Right is composed of whole wheat, corn, and rice flakes, with raisins ( sultanas in Australia), date nuggets and sliced almonds. It is also labelled as vitamin-fortified and low-fat. Granola with chocolate has all the same issues that regular granola has, in that it's high in fat and sugar, but with added chocolate - so even more fat and more sugar! Granola with chocolate is best enjoyed as an occasional treat. We’ve ranked the most popular cereals from best to worst based on their nutritional value – in particular added sugar, fibre content, salt. Read on to get your day off to a heart-healthy start. 1. PorridgeMake sure you don’t add extra sugar or salt to your porridge as this will undo all your good work – instead, try adding a banana or some fruit for extra sweetness. For every 80g that you add it will be one of your 5-a-day at the same time.

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Natural flavouring substances (CAC/GL 66-2008 item are flavouring substances obtained by physical processes that may result in unavoidable but unintentional changes in the chemical structure of the components of the flavouring (eg, distillation and solvent extraction), or by enzymatic or microbiological processes, from material of plant or animal origin. Such material may be unprocessed, or processed for human consumption by traditional food-preparation processes (eg, drying, torrefaction (roasting) and fermentation). This means substances that have been identified/detected in a natural material of animal or vegetable origin.

You’ll notice the calories of a standard serving of cereal isn’t in my top 3. This is because, when it comes to your overall health, the quality of the calories you eat is more important than the number of calories you consume. Shredded whole wheat cereal with low-fat milk is the best choice of conventional breakfast cereals, because it doesn’t contain any added sugar or salt, and is high in fibre. Watch out, though, for the kind with fruit fillings, which may contain added sugar, or that are ‘frosted’ as they will almost certainly will have sugar added. Instead try adding fresh fruit such as a banana or berries for sweetness.

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Ingredients: Whole Grains (64%)(Wheat, Oats), Fruit (Sultanas, Apricot Piece [5%] [Concentrated Apricot Puree,Concentrated Apple Puree,Invert Sugar,Humectant (Glycerol),Sugar, Wheat Fibre, Gelling Agent (Pectin),Acidity Regulator (296),Natural Flavour, Colours (Tumeric, Paprika)]), Sugar, Puffed Triticale, Wheat Flour, Barley Malt Extract, Salt, Natural Flavour, Minerals (Iron), Vitamins (Niacin, Riboflavin, Folate, Thiamin).

Healthy is a very general term, and it means something slightly different to everyone; however, as a qualified nutritionist, I have a very clear definition of what a healthy cereal looks like (and why) which I’ll explain in a moment.

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Just Right is a breakfast cereal produced by Kellogg's. It was created in the 1980s for health-conscious, athletic Australians, who are the world's third-biggest cereal eaters. [1] The cereal is sold in the United Kingdom, Iceland, Ireland, New Zealand and Australia but has been discontinued in other markets. A similarly named cereal with different ingredients (also manufactured by Kellogg's) was available in Canada from 1985 to 2021. Just Right’ from Kelloggs is a perfect example of an unhealthy cereal that people regularly mistake for being good for you. If you take a look at the label, you’ll soon see why. Hi there, I’m Nic Hopkirk – senior content editor for Good to Know. I’m a lifestyle journalist who has worked across newspapers and digital for nearly 20 years. We believe healthy foods are whole foods, as close to their natural form as possible. As natural flavours can legally include a lot of unknown and unlisted ingredients, some of which can even be solvents, we recommend reducing your consumption of ‘natural flavours’ where possible.

3. Shredded whole wheat cereal

Wholegrain cereals like bran flakes, malted wheat cereal and wheat biscuits are high in fibre and will also have sugar and salt added to them usually, so avoid adding any more sugar and opt for fruits or berries for sweetness. The wholegrains mean they are high in fibre and so have benefits for your digestion too as well as your heart health. Sign up to our fortnightly Heart Matters newsletter to receive healthy recipes, new activity ideas, and expert tips for managing your health. Joining is free and takes two minutes. I’d like to sign up 2. No added sugar or salt muesli If you want to buy a healthy cereal with quality ingredients, just take a look at the ingredient list. If you see a number or a word that looks like a science experiment, chances are it isn’t a natural food and, therefore, it isn’t a quality ingredient so it doesn’t belong in our cereal. Quality ingredients you might see in a healthy cereal include: The following information was taken from a Kellogg's Just Right cereal box in July 2007, with a box top date of SEP 20 2007 (KCB 014).

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