Everyone knows about the sweet taste and fantastic crunch of Honey Nut Cheerios. The golden honey taste has made it a family favorite for years.
Honey nut cheerios is made with 12 vitamins and minerals that are great for the heart and made with whole grain. Here is the breakdown of Honey Nut Cheerios nutrition facts:
• Calories 110 (3/4 cup no milk)
• 1.5 grams fat
• 0 grams saturated fat
• 0 grams cholesterol
• 22 grams carbohydrates
• 2 grams fiber
• 2 grams protein
• 9 grams sugar
Honey nut cheerios is touted and marketed as a healthy cereal. It certainly does have some healthy vitamins and nutrients but it is fairly high in sugar and carbohydrates. People on low carb diets such as Atkins and South Beach will find that Honey Nut Cheerios is not an option.
If you are going to incorporate cereal into your diet and want to lose weight it is better to go with cereal choices that are not as high in sugar such as regular Cheerios. It's also a good idea to pair your small bowl of Honey Nut Cheerios with a lean protein source such as some egg whites in order to keep your blood sugar levels down and to keep you feeling full. The one problem with cereal is that it does not satisfy you for long, and you end up feeling hungry within just a couple of hours.
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