Nutritionists choose the best options that ward off the dreaded sugar crash and will actually fill you up until lunch.
Granola is a convenient breakfast option, but in many cases, you might be sitting down to bowl full of sugar.
“The most common pitfall with granola is adding in too many filler ingredients that add sugar and calories without any positive nutrients,” says Maggie Moon, R.D., and author of The MIND Diet. “The better packaged granolas on the market use no added sweeteners or lower amounts of it.”
Never fear—your morning yogurt is safe with these granola picks from nutritionists.
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