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BFY Cereals For Consumers Worried About Their BMs

September 8, 2021: 12:00 AM EST
Digestive health has become a significant issue for consumers, as studies confirm that the digestive system and gut health play an important role in energy, sleep, metabolism, weight loss, and even beauty. That said, some breakfast cereals – rich in fiber and other nutrients – are just plain better for you if your primary gut health concern is a healthy No. 2. The Huffington Post’s top picks for high-fiber cereals (not ranked): Barbara's Puffins ($5.99); Bob’s Red Mill Organic Oat Bran Hot Cereal ($17.55, 4-pack); Cheerios ($4.99); Ezekiel 4:9 Sprouted Flourless Flake Cereal ($9.49); Fiber One ($4.79); Forager Organic Grain-Free Os ($7.99); Kellogg’s All-Bran Buds ($3.74); Kind Cereal: Cranberry Almond ($6.98); Nature's Path Flax Plus Multibran Flakes ($3.69); and Poop Like A Champion ($11.97).
Julie Kendrick, "The No. 1 Cereals For Going No. 2, According To Nutritionists", Huffington Post, September 08, 2021, © BuzzFeed, Inc.
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