Great, but not as Great as...

Just recently I wrote about my cereal fixation. Though I'm an oatmeal kind of person, who appreciates a breakfast that is wholesome and satisfying, I've gotten my hand into some other healthy cereals in these hot summer months. While most of us believe a box when it tells us  it's "naturally sweetened, multigrain," full of protein and fiber, cereal boxes can be very deceiving....  

Here's one that typically is considered super healthy:

 

It's good, but here's one a little better :

 

While many Kashi products are healthy, they are not all one in the same. Though they're healthy, they're still a processed and not purely "whole grain." Where the Go Lean Crunch is super tasty (not going to lie -  it's almost like a healthy kettle popcorn in a bowl,) Cinnamon Harvest is about 10 grams less in sugar, nearly half the calories and made of only 3 recognizable ingredients compared to Go Lean's 15 ingredients with less familiar items, like soy protein.

Now the Cinnamon Harvest is nothing more than wheat, cane juice and cinnamon. When all is said and done it's more satisfying and where the first is more calorie dense, the second is more nutrition dense, full of much more satisfying fiber and easier to digest.

The top two are good and great, they're not as great as...

Ezekiel Cereal ingredients: Organic Sprouted Whole Wheat, Organic Malted Barley, Organic Sprouted Whole Millet, Organic Sprouted Whole Barley, Organic Almonds, Organic Sprouted Whole Lentils, Organic Sprouted Whole Soybeans, Organic Sprouted Whole Spelt, Filtered Water, Sea Salt.

Ezekiel Cereal has no sugar and can be an acquired taste but once acquired you'll understand how satisfying this cereal can be ( about as much as oatmeal.) Take a look at the ingredients and you'll know you're making a healthy choice when your eating this stuff.

Of course if you don't like it, don't eat it. In no way do I encourage eating something you don't like. Eating should be a joy. Life is too short, right? But then again if you take my advice, it may help keep life from being too short. Just a thought...