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I don't know what to eat for breakfast anymore. I am trying to lose weight. Most diets want you to stay away from breads and cereals. I am tired of eggs and vegetables. I don't always have a lot of time in the mornings. A bowl of cereal by the serving guidelines on the side of the box just doesn’t fill me. I am hungry sooner. I feel caught and frustrated. Any ideas?

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Our commitment will always be delivering a very high standard of nutrition. We work to make sure our foods are designed to meet the needs of the people who eat them.



We believe in breakfast's dynamic duo: cereal and milk. A serving of one of our cereals that has at least 4 grams of protein, plus a ½ cup of milk, is a simple and nutritious breakfast option that delivers protein and the goodness of grains to start your day. Protein helps the body rebuild muscle tissue, and grains give us energy to help recharge. A cereal and milk breakfast also provides key nutrients that Americans don’t get enough of: fiber, calcium, vitamin D, and potassium.

Additionally, the fiber in our cereals may assist in controlling appetite by helping you feel full. Below is a list of foods that provide an “excellent source” of fiber, meaning they deliver at least 20% of the Daily Value, or 5 grams or more of fiber per serving. Because recipes may change, always check the ingredient label on the package you buy, as the package labeling will list the amount of fiber in that product.

  • Kellogg's® All-Bran® cereals

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Kellogg's Raisin Bran® cereal

  • Kellogg's® Special K® Low-Fat Granola

  • All flavors and varieties of Kellogg's® Frosted Mini-Wheats®





All Kellogg products can be a part of a balanced diet. If you have specific nutrition requirements, weight loss for example, we recommend you talk with your personal health care professional about how you can include Kellogg products in your diet plan.