Honey nut cheerios vs natures path he...

Honey nut cheerios vs natures path heritage o's

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Calgary, Canada

#1 Aug 22, 2014
I have been trying to justify spending my money on the more expensive organic, natures path heritage o's cereal, rather than a box of plain ol' honey nut cheerios. I cant seem to wrap my head around spending more for cereal. I just basically eat cereal when I crave the ease and comfort of shoving some food in my face . Iv'e compared the nutritional facts and the cheerios win. So what am I missing? Why would I spend more for the Heritage O's, when Cheerios taste better and feel better on my wallet?

Saddleworth, Australia

#2 Oct 2, 2014
Personally I wouldn't eat either of them, I eat real fruit for breakfast every day and nothing but until lunchtime. Then it's salad and home cooked cold meat or tuna/salmon/steak/chicken for lunch with a lemon squeezed on it for for dressing and then whatever I like for tea. It works wonders, I feel great and have lost weight too. And, everything is natural (until tea time - then I eat what the family eats!) Cereals are not good for you and it took me a long time to realize this. Just read the pack! Whole unprocessed food for dinner would make it even better when I convince the rest of the family. One step at a time!

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