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They don't. How do they get away with it? By including several forms of sugar: organic cane syrup, cane crystals, evaporated cane juice, fruit juice concentrates, honey, African whoopie tree extract, unicorn tears, etc. That way they can break it up and list something like rolled oats at the top when it should be listed behind the real main ingredient: sugar. What about the cereals with added protein? Well, it's usually the cheap stuff: soy. You know, the protein that's so junky that even quality dog food manufacturers now brag about not using it.
Then there are the calories. One popular brand of granola with several front-of-box health claims has calories for half a cup. Go measure out half a cup of anything. That's a handful, maybe a few bites. Compare that to oatmeal, where you get a whole cup for about calories.
Cereal makers are marketing their breakfast candy to people who want to be healthier, but also don't know much about nutrition and are too busy to read the back of the box closely. So these folks will probably eat a meal-sized bowl of that granola cereal, about calories before adding milk. So the nice lady trying to lose weight just had total calories for breakfast, probably more than half the calories she needs for the day to lose fat.
And it says it's 'heart healthy' right there on the box! One more label shenanigan: the "made with" trick. Yes, your twigs 'n leaves cereal is made with whole grains, but frog shit is "made with" natural fiber. Doesn't mean you should eat it. Now, confession time: I eat cereal. I get it at the health food store and it comes in a bag. It's puffed rice. It has one ingredient: rice. Nothing else. A full cup has 50 calories. And by the way, it's dirt cheap.
You can buy puffed corn like this too. No, these cereals aren't quite as delightful as Honey-Cuckled Wheaty Flakes, but I prefer them to the pregnant-male look.
So, flip that box around and check the ingredient list closely. Never assume it supports your goals just because the manufacturer replaced the cartoon character with a leafy-green meadow. The biggest health food imposter is polyunsaturated vegetable oils, specifically canola oil. Canola oil, otherwise known as rapeseed oil, that's been genetically modified, is a fraud. Monsanto produces the vast majority of genetically engineered rapeseeds so they're resistant to Roundup toxic herbicide , but that's just one concern.
Typical processing methods for canola and other vegetable oils include chemicals and very high heat, which oxidizes the polyunsaturated fats and makes them rancid. Rancid oil leads to free radicals in the human body which in turn leads to inflammation.
Inflammation is the source of all sorts of health issues including diabetes, cancer, and heart disease. Furthermore, any appreciable amount of heart healthy omega-3 fatty acids found in canola oil are in the plant form, specifically alpha linolenic acid, that's nearly useless due to the human body's inefficiency at converting it to a useable form.
Go eat wild caught salmon if you want omega-3s because the marketing on the heart healthy benefits of canola oil is a joke. I distinctly recall the mainstream media praising trans-fats, otherwise known as trans-unsaturated fat, as heart healthy up until the late 90's.Also, without having to provide a scientific study, I think we all know what happens to food quality and quantity intake when a few drinks are involved. Not only could you be looking at an additional calories from wine in a night, but all the additional savory and salty treats that are so much easier to reach for after a few drinks.