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Rude Health launch puffed wheat and oats breakfast cereals

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Rude health for healthy breakfast cerealMany breakfast cereals are packed with salt and sugar and hardly address a good, healthy start to the day.

However, Rude Health put the healthiest ingredients in their cereals by sourcing sustainably-grown food from producers they trust.

They select the best GM-free ingredients and use recycled, recyclable packaging materials wherever possible. They don’t need to be ‘fortified’ with vitamins because their processes don’t take the vitamins out in the first place!

Salt and sugar free

Rude Health is launching two new breakfast cereals; Puffed Oats and Puffed Wheat.

Salt and sugar free, these fluffy, wholegrain breakfast gems will be available nationwide from the end of July, where they will be found on the main cereal aisle of main supermarkets and health food stores.

Rude Health believes there’s no earthly reason to add salt, coat in sugar or throw in any nasty additives when cereal tastes this good.

Healthy breakfast

Puffed Oats are an excellent source of beta-glucan, known to lower cholesterol and keep your heart healthy and happy. Oats also have a low GI index, which means their energy is released slowly, which should kick those mid-morning snack attacks into touch. Made with wholegrains, this cereal is high in fibre, helping to make you feel as bright and bouncy as a trampolining ballerina.

Rude Health’s angelic Puffed Wheat is also high in fibre and makes a fabulous low-fat breakfast. As yummy with cold milk as when tumbling over chopped banana and drizzled with maple syrup, a bowl of Puffed Wheat gives you a flying start to the day.

What about you? What is your favourite healthy breakfast?

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