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Top 5 Most Sugary Cereals To Avoid

A new report from the Environmental Working Group found that on average, children's cereals were 34% sugar by weight, and some were more than 50%. Here are the worst offenders and some better alternatives.

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5. Froot Loops with Marshmallow

Ahem, this is NOT a good source of Vitamin D, as the box says. With 14g (or 2.5 teaspoons) of sugar per serving, though, it is a good source of empty calories.

Being low in sugar doesn't mean high in nutrition, so add some almond milk and fresh berries to these cereals for a healthier breakfast, says food coach and nutritionist Dana James. Or try oatmeal for an easy, healthy breakfast.

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