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Among consumers who buy cereal, 59 percent eat it for breakfast most mornings, while 40 percent have a bowl for lunch or dinner sometimes, according to Mintel, a market research firm. [nytimes.com...] percent?
I was interested in this article because Kelloggs killed off my favorite breakfast cereal, called Just Right. I've been trying different products and have more or less settle on a Post product which I don't even know the name of, but it's got dates and pecans in it, but is not as good as Just Right was.
To avoid snacking on fatty, sugary foods, I keep a container of the basic shredded wheat (bite size) cereal (the one with nothing in it but wheat) and eat it, dry, no milk, throughout the day.That sounds like it would work, unless it has a lot of salt. A nutritionist friend of mine tells people to snack on dry roasted unsalted almonds.
A nutritionist friend of mine tells people to snack on dry roasted unsalted almonds.