It's not a straightforward answer, as it depends on the specific brand and product.
Granola is often higher in protein, healthy fats, and fiber, but may also contain high levels of added sugars. Breakfast cereals can be fortified with important vitamins and minerals. Choosing low-sugar and healthy ingredient options is key for both granola and breakfast cereals.
Overall, granola can be a healthy option for breakfast if you choose a brand with low sugar content and healthy ingredients. Breakfast cereals can also be healthy if you choose a product that is low in sugar and high in nutrients. It's important to read labels and choose products that fit your individual health needs and preferences.
At Amazin' Graze Granola, we use unrefined sweeteners as an alternative to refined sugars that retain some of their natural vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, which can provide health benefits.
While cereals are made with highly refined grains which as a result, remove great nutrients from them. Which is often the case with highly processed foods.