NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- There are few better ways to start the day than with a big bowl of cereal and milk. While it might be tempting to go for the sugary cereal in the colorful box, the healthier options are much better for the body in the long term.
There are plenty of high-fiber, low-sugar options out there, and some of them are actually pretty tasty. But is your favorite cereal among the healthiest options? Does your cereal of choice satisfy your hunger and help promote your well-being?
Men's Journal compiled a list of the 30 healthiest cereals based on the amount of fiber, protein and sugar per serving. We highlighted the 10 best selections on the list to determine the cream of the crop. Each of these entries is based on a one-cup serving.
So without further ado, let's see which cereals made the cut:
Arrowhead Mills Shredded Wheat
You're likely more familiar with the Post variety of Shredded Wheat, but Arrowhead Mills' version takes a spot on the list because of its high fiber, high protein and low sugar. Plus, this shredded wheat contains nothing more than organic whole wheat and Vitamin E.