More and more breakfast cereals are getting a healthy glow. Cereal manufacturers have begun touting the health benefits that their breakfast cereals offer right on the package. For example, cereals containing oats as key ingredients now proudly claim that they can fight heart disease when eaten as part of a healthy diet. Other cereals proclaim that they are low in fat, can help lower cholesterol, are a good source of fiber and contain psyllium. "Most companies are redoing their existing ...

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