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I’m Bringing Breakfast Back

and all the other cereals don’t know how to act…

From the time of childhood we’re led to believe that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Cartoon characters and gimmicky advertisements fill our screens marketing various types of sugary processed cereals during commercial breaks.

 

But what if everything you’ve been told to believe was a LIE?!

 

Often paired with toast, eggs, juice, and more—cereal has been viewed as an intrical part of a “complete breakfast” for over a century and a half. The problem is very few cereals on the market today can actually be considered healthy or nutrient rich. With so much sugar and other processed ingredients—most cereals are no healthier than a standard candy bar.

 

Why is this the case??

 

The reason many people consider cereal to be part of a healthy breakfast item may shock you. For well over 150 years, CEREAL HAS BEEN CONSIDERED A NUTRITIOUS BREAKFAST STAPLE FOR ALL THE WRONG REASONS.

HOW DID IT BEGIN?

Prior to the 1800’s breakfast typically contained farmhouse staples such as bacon and eggs. However, as labor practices moved workers from the farms to factories during the Industrial Revolution—heavy breakfasts were often blamed for indigestion and health problems.

One group of individuals wanted to change standard breakfast practices. A sector of religious gurus began promoting whole wheat items as a viable alternative to cure various health ailments. Amongst these figures was an individual by the name of John Harvey Kellogg, who you might guess was the founder of Kellogg’s cereal.

Kellogg’s first cereal, corn flakes, was marketed as an alternative and healthy breakfast option. In fact, the idea of “breakfast being the most important meal of the day” was first introduced by Kellogg’s himself. Unfortunately, too many of today’s brands and products contain an excess of unhealthy ingredients like sugar and high fructose corn syrup. Recent research has pointed to the idea that caloric intake and macronutrient balance far outweighs the importance of breakfast in its solidarity.

MYTH: All Cereals make a great source for a healthy breakfast, even if they contain a bit of sugar because it’s natural sugar or something like that.

TRUTH: 99% of Cereal contain way too much sugar, artificial ingredients like High Fructose Corn Syrup, and tell it its good for you. This is not TRUE. In fact, recent research has pointed to the idea that caloric intake and macronutrient balance far outweighs the importance of breakfast in its solidarity.

HOW DID IT BEGIN?

Breakfast in and of itself can be a great part of a well-balanced diet. The issue is many products, most namely cereals, contain high amounts of sugar and ingredients high in processed carbohydrates. Big name manufacturers such as General Mills, Post, and Kellogg’s produce various types of cereal that contain little to no nutritional value.

 

We decided to change the cereal game forever by creating a new cereal that tastes great while providing optimal nutritional content. SnackHouse Keto Cereal was designed to be an entirely new type of product unlike any other cereal to hit the market.

 

Snackhouse Cereal was created as a guilt-free cereal with a balanced macronutrient ratio. Each bowl of cereal contains 15g of protein, 3g net carbs, and only 123 calories. Whether you’re practicing a low-carb diet, keto diet, or simply want a healthier breakfast alternative, Snackhouse Keto Cereal is the perfect breakfast cereal or anytime treat.

 

As the best alternative to other unhealthy cereals—Snackhouse Keto Cereal contains more protein and fewer carbs than other competitors on the market.

 

If you would like to learn more about how Snackhouse is changing the breakfast game, feel free to contact us for additional information or support.

 

I'M BRINGING BREAKFAST BACK

and all the other cereals don’t know how to act…

and all the other cereals don’t know how to act…

 

From the time of childhood we’re led to believe that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Cartoon characters and gimmicky advertisements fill our screens marketing various types of sugary processed cereals during commercial breaks.

 

But what if everything you’ve been told to believe was a LIE?!

 

Often paired with toast, eggs, juice, and more—cereal has been viewed as an intrical part of a “complete breakfast” for over a century and a half. The problem is very few cereals on the market today can actually be considered healthy or nutrient rich. With so much sugar and other processed ingredients—most cereals are no healthier than a standard candy bar.

 

Why is this the case??

 

The reason many people consider cereal to be part of a healthy breakfast item may shock you. For well over 150 years, CEREAL HAS BEEN CONSIDERED A NUTRITIOUS BREAKFAST STAPLE FOR ALL THE WRONG REASONS.

HOW DID IT BEGIN?

Prior to the 1800’s breakfast typically contained farmhouse staples such as bacon and eggs. However, as labor practices moved workers from the farms to factories during the Industrial Revolution—heavy breakfasts were often blamed for indigestion and health problems.

One group of individuals wanted to change standard breakfast practices. A sector of religious gurus began promoting whole wheat items as a viable alternative to cure various health ailments. Amongst these figures was an individual by the name of John Harvey Kellogg, who you might guess was the founder of Kellogg’s cereal.

Kellogg’s first cereal, corn flakes, was marketed as an alternative and healthy breakfast option. In fact, the idea of “breakfast being the most important meal of the day” was first introduced by Kellogg’s himself. Unfortunately, too many of today’s brands and products contain an excess of unhealthy ingredients like sugar and high fructose corn syrup. Recent research has pointed to the idea that caloric intake and macronutrient balance far outweighs the importance of breakfast in its solidarity.

MYTH: All Cereals make a great source for a healthy breakfast, even if they contain a bit of sugar because it’s natural sugar or something like that.

TRUTH: 99% of Cereal contain way too much sugar, artificial ingredients like High Fructose Corn Syrup, and tell it its good for you. This is not TRUE. In fact, recent research has pointed to the idea that caloric intake and macronutrient balance far outweighs the importance of breakfast in its solidarity.

MAKE BREAKFAST GREAT AGAIN

Breakfast in and of itself can be a great part of a well-balanced diet. The issue is many products, most namely cereals, contain high amounts of sugar and ingredients high in processed carbohydrates. Big name manufacturers such as General Mills, Post, and Kellogg’s produce various types of cereal that contain little to no nutritional value.

 

We decided to change the cereal game forever by creating a new cereal that tastes great while providing optimal nutritional content. SnackHouse Keto Cereal was designed to be an entirely new type of product unlike any other cereal to hit the market.

 

Snackhouse Cereal was created as a guilt-free cereal with a balanced macronutrient ratio. Each bowl of cereal contains 15g of protein, 3g net carbs, and only 123 calories. Whether you’re practicing a low-carb diet, keto diet, or simply want a healthier breakfast alternative, Snackhouse Keto Cereal is the perfect breakfast cereal or anytime treat.

 

As the best alternative to other unhealthy cereals — Snackhouse Keto Cereal contains more protein and fewer carbs than other competitors on the market.

 

If you would like to learn more about how Snackhouse is changing the breakfast game, feel free to contact us for additional information or support.