Start your day with a healthy serving of low-sugar cereals, which means to avoid Capt. Crunch, Cinnamon Toast Crunch and Sugar Bombs.
Check the product label to make sure that you get at least 2.4 micrograms of vitamin B12 in one serving, Combine it with Greek yogurt or milk and you’ll be set for the day, prepared to face any problems and have the stamina to accomplish tasks.
Cereal is a terrific breakfast food that most people eat as kids, but it sort of falls out of fashion as we become adults. But cereal should be eaten at least a couple of times a week.