Cheerios – for kids, teens, families, and the community?
Reviewing Cheerios –
Cheerios are more than just the food. They are for kids, teens, parents, and the family too. Cheerios are fun, especially the regular ones. They are great for a snack, fill you up, and are healthy for you.
There is information there on – parenting, games for children, what cereals to eat, benefits of eating cheerios, stories, pictures, staying healthy tips… I might as well be reviewing the website instead of the food. The website simply put is great.
Did you know that there is even a community on cheerios? Share your tips and your stories, it is a community. They have Facebook too. Cheerios food, website, box, family, community, I wonder if they have a blog too?
I like cheerios, they are great alone or in a trail mix, for breakfast, brunch, lunch, snack, supper, snack, midnight meal, all around the clock. Great for children and adults alike. Cheerios are good for the appetite.
“Cheerios has been a family favorite for years — with good reason! Its wholesome goodness is perfect for toddlers to adults and everyone in between.” http://www.cheerios.com/ourcereals/cheerios/cheerios_home.aspx
“Made with whole grain, Cheerios is the only ready-to-eat cereal clinically proven to lower cholesterol when eaten as part of a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol.
For kids, teens and adults, the wholesome goodness of Cheerios is ideal as a nutritious breakfast or snack. http://www.generalmills.com/brands/cereals/cheerios.aspx”
Cheerios are good for you.
Having a hole in the middle, and easily dissolved if you don’t chew, makes them great for children because they are hard to choke on. Small and tasty too.
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Why should you eat cheerios, are they really good for you, what has been proven? Check out the facts below.
- is the #1 choice of cereals for moms with toddlers.
- is recommended by 4 out of 5 pediatricians as a finger food for toddlers.
- has only 1 gram of sugar per serving.
- provides at least 10% of the Daily Value of 14 essential vitamins and minerals, including iron and folic acid.
- has no artificial colors or flavors.
- is made with whole grain oats and is a good source of fiber. The 2005 Dietary Guidelines recommend that Americans consume three or more servings of whole grain each day (for a total of at least 48 grams of whole grain.)
- is easily managed by little fingers and helps develop motor skills because the O’s are easy to pick up, firm and resist crumbling.
- is easy for little fingers to hold.
- tastes great and is fun to eat!”
What are some of the things you like about cheerios?