Very High Source of Fibre - 40% of your Daily Value per serving
Source of 5 essential nutrients and low in Fat
A healthy diet low in saturated and trans fats may reduce the risk of heart disease. Post 100% Bran cereal is low in saturated and trans fats.
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Gives you energy. If you eat dinner at eight o'clock p.m., skip breakfast the following morning, and then have lunch at noon, you've deprived your body of the fuel it needs to function for 16 hours! Eating even a small breakfast, like a quick bowl of cereal, keeps your body sustained with the nourishment it needs to perform.
Good for your brain. Eating breakfast improves concentration, mental performance, memory and even mood, by giving your brain the glucose it needs to perform. So, on average, people who eat breakfast think faster, more clearly, and have better recall than people who don't!
Keeps you trim. Skipping breakfast often leads to overeating later in the day. Your body begins the day with a deficit which can cause the urge to overcompensate at lunch, dinner or with extra snacking. Regular breakfast eaters tend to eat less during other meals because they start out feeling more satisfied.