Study links fiber-rich breakfast to higher daily fiber intake

03/29/2013 | FoodBusinessNews.net (free registration)

People who eat a cereal rich in fiber for breakfast consume more fiber throughout the day, according to research supported by Kellogg. The study found adults who eat whole-grain cereals at breakfast upped their daily fiber intake by 14% compared to adults who ate something else in the morning.

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