Calories In Cereal – a Chart
They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and many people chose to consume one of the many breakfast cereals available in nearly all supermarkets. There have been some recent reports regarding the misleading advertising surrounding breakfast cereals, especially those aimed at children, which contain very high levels of sugar. In this article we look at the calorie content of popular breakfast cereals which appear on many people’s breakfast tables. We aim to create a similar article soon which will look at the sugar content of breakfast cereals also.
(40g serving, apart from Weetabix (35g))
Nestle Cheerios 146 calories
Kellogg’s All Bran 112 calories
Kellogg’s Just Right 145 calories
Kellogg’s Special K 112 calories
2 Weetabix biscuits 117 calories
Jordans Natural Muesli 138 calories
The calorie totals were taken from external sources and we cannot guarantee their accuracy. For information regarding any branded products we recommend you look on their (the manufactures) web site for any up to date and accurate nutritional information.