Mexico.- Nestlé Fitness cereals present their new delicious recipe that offers a breakfast rich in whole grains, vitamins and minerals necessary to motivate consumers to a healthy and active lifestyle.
Bad Cereals Fitness They are low in fat, contain at least eight vitamins and minerals including calcium and iron, making them ideal to include in your daily breakfast. It also provides a quarter of the amount of fiber needed per day, with the right amount of sugar.
Furthermore, cereals Fitness from Nestlé arrives in the Mexican market without any seal or warning about the new front-of-pack food labeling, with three different flavors:
- Fruit and honey
In this way, the company reinforces its commitment to work to improve the breakfast of Mexican families so that they can choose the best option from their portfolio in accordance with their habits, tastes and health condition, while motivating an active and healthy lifestyle starting with a good breakfast.
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Nestlé bets on cereals
Nestlé cereals know the new health trends, for this reason, it has options without artificial flavors and colors, it has also achieved an average reduction of 25% of sugar and 30% of sodium in the Latin American portfolio.
As part of its commitment to the health of Mexicans, it will continue to work on reshaping its portfolio to always offer a nutritionally superior breakfast option.
One of the main purposes Nestlé cereals is to promote the proper nutrition of Mexicans through breakfast, and for this reason the entire portfolio provides at least 8 grams of whole grains per serving, which contributes to the recommendation of at least 48 grams of whole grains and 30 grams of dietary fiber. day.
Achieving these recommendations shows that consuming an adequate portion has benefits such as:
- 21% reduction in the risk of developing cardiovascular diseases.
- Reduction of cholesterol levels and the probability of colon cancer, overweight and obesity.
- Improved digestive health thanks to the contribution of fiber.