- Nature’s Path: Synergy 8 Whole Grains
- Uncle Sam: Uncle Sam
- Fiber One: Nutty Clusters & Almonds
- Kashi: Shredded Wheat – Autumn Wheat
- Post: Grape-Nuts Fit Cranberry Vanilla
- Post: Shredded Wheat – Spoon Size Wheat ‘n Bran
- Post: Shredded Wheat Spoon Size Original
- Three Sisters: Multigrain Cinnamon
- Barbara’s Bakery: Shredded Wheat
- Van’s Natural Foods: Cinnamon Heaven
- Kashi: Blackberry Hills
- Use low-fat or fat-free milk instead of whole-milk.
- Exercise, at least a little bit.
- Drink plenty of fluids. Keeping your body dehydrated is never a good idea.
- Chances are, you might deprive yourself of important nutrients while on the diet. So, consider eating a multivitamin tablet, after consulting your doctor, that is.
- Keep the portions small.
- Don’t go back to your bad eating habits.
Who Should Not Follow the Diet
- Pregnant women.
- Lactating women.
- Individuals suffering from diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, and other major health conditions.
- Lack of nutrients and vitamins, due to which an individual can feel weak and lethargic.
- The diet plan fails to cater to the body’s requirements.
- Results only in short-term weight loss.
- Can cause bloating in some people.
Although a cereal diet can definitely help in losing weight, it is only a short-term solution. So why not opt for something that will show you lasting effects? After all, that’s what we all want, right? Any individual who wants to lose weight, can successfully do so by eating 5-6 small servings of home-cooked food everyday. Following a healthy, well-balanced diet, along with a correct exercise regimen as advised by a professional dietitian/nutritionist and gym trainer, is the only way to lose weight in a healthy, long-lasting approach.