Fitness For Dads: Give Your Cereal a BOOST

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Learn the latest on Mens Health topics and tips for Dads between the ages of 35 and up. Fitness for Dads articles focus on Mens Health, Diet tips that will help keep Dads in the best shape of their lives. This month, learn how to give your breakfast cereal a healthy boost. Read more.

Dad’s Diet Tip: Give Your Cereal a BOOST

Learn the latest on men’s health topics and tips for Dads
between the ages of 35 and up. Fitness for Dads articles focus on Men’s Health,
Diet tips that will help keep Dads in the best shape of their lives. This month,
learn how to give your breakfast cereal a healthy boost. Read more.

My name is Eric and I am a 42-year old SingleDad with a
7-year old son living in Ohio. Lately, I have been slacking on my morning
breakfast. I am mostly like to eat
cereal in the morning because of the convenience; however, I have been burned
out on my cereal routine. Are there any tips you can offer me to help boost my
morning cereal that can make it taste better and add some nutrition?

Cereal Burnout

Hey Eric, no problem on your
question. A lot of Dads in your position have the same problem. We get stuck
eating that super sweet cereal that our kids love to have and it just causes a
huge sugar crash during your day, ( and who know what it does to your kid’s
teacher). Here are some quick tips to remedy both you and your son’s morning
routine:

Cereal Ratio: Think 5:5:10. This means make sure when you are
buying cereal that has at least 5 grams of Fiber, 5 grams of Protein and no
more than 10 grams of Sugar per serving. I also like to encourage you to
introduce some of the new Silk Almond
Milk and Silk Coconut Milk beverages into your cereal options. Not only do
they taste good, but also the Almond and Coconut Milk have more calcium and
protein in them than normal dairy milk.

Other things you can consider
adding to your cereal:

blackberries

For Brainpower: Add Dark Chocolate Chunks and Blackberries into
your cereal. Dark Chocolate and Black berries add flavonoids, which are
antioxidants that help aid memory

apples

Far Heart Health:
Add Sliced Almonds and Apples. Nuts like almonds contain magnesium and selenium
that may ward off heart disease. Apples provide pectin, a form of fiber that
helps ward off cholesterol.

Richard JaramilloRichard “RJ” Jaramillo, is the Founder of SingleDad.com,
a website and social media resource dedicated to single parenting and specifically for the newly divorced, re-married, widowed and single Father with children.
RJ is self employed, entrepreneur living in San Diego and a father of three children. The mission of SingleDad is to help the community of Single Parents
“Make Life Happen…Again!”

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Richard “RJ” Jaramillo, is the Founder of SingleDad.com, a website and social media resource dedicated to single parenting and specifically for the newly divorced, re-married, widowed and single Father with children. RJ is self employed, entrepreneur living in San Diego and a father of three children. The mission of SingleDad is to help the community of Single Parents “Make Life Happen…Again!”