Here’s the dilemma: You've recently stopped having cereals for breakfast because you know just how laden with sugar they can be. You know you're doing the responsible adult thing and taking charge of your health.
You also know a high-protein, low-sugar diet can help with weight loss. But there's also only so many times you can have eggs for breakfast. You find yourself craving the comfort food of your childhood mornings — sugary and brightly-colored mouthfuls of delight: a bowl filled with crunchy, tasty cereal.
Well, crave no more. We're here to tell you that you can have your cereal and eat it too. The secret lies in the points. Weight Watchers points, that is. While you can join the WW program for weight loss, there are certain principles you can adopt when it comes to breakfast cereals without officially joining Weight Watchers.