Get Your Day Off to a Healthy Start with Hot Cereal

January 2014
Tufts University Health & Nutrition Letter;Jan2014, Vol. 31 Issue 11, p4
The article offers some tips from assistant professor Nicola McKeown and food director Cynthia Harriman about the selection and preparation of oatmeal. Recommendations include choosing healthy toppings such as fruits instead of sugar, buying whole grain cereal, and checking product labels for sodium level. Also provided is a recipe for Steel-Cut Oatmeal Porridge. INSETS: ADDED GOODNESS;RECIPE: STEEL-CUT OATMEAL PORRIDGE;CEREAL SMARTS.


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