Jorge Cruise's Belly Fat Cure. Low Carb and low sugar Cereal also makes a great snack pack for the kids during or after school!
Shredded Wheat - There are several brands (Post, generic store brands, Trader Joe's, etc) that all have about the same S/C Value. Just be sure you don't get the frosted or fruity kind! I have this for breakfast quite a bit. I get the Mini Shredded Wheat and stock up when they are on sale or I can find the double packs. My kids and Husband will eat this too. It is the lowest Sugar/Carb cereal that is widely available and a handful makes for a great snack on the run.
Sugar: 1 Carbs: 40 Fiber: 6 S/C Value: 1/2 for 1 Cup
Uncle Sams - This is a great crunchy cereal loaded with flax seeds! My local grocery chain and Whole Foods carries them, as does Trader Joe's at a much lower price ($2.50). The best part of this cereal is the outstanding Fiber count. It has 9 grams of Fiber per serving and feels filling. It is also good as a granola substitute, over an Amazing Grass or Jay Robb shake. This is a staple for me on the Belly Fat cure and I pack for vacations to make sure I get my fiber and a good start to the day.
Sugar: 0 Carbs: 38 Fiber: 10 S/C Value: 0/2 for 3/4 Cup
Erewhon Crispy Brown Rice - I haven't tired this one, although I have seen in it stores. It's Fiber count isnt so impressive and I like the other cereal options so much for now. It is listed in the Belly Fat Cure book though, so I thought it was worth pointing out. It looks a little like Rice Krispies.
Sugar: 0 Carbs: 25 Fiber: 0 S/C Value: 0/2 for 1 Cup
Perky's Crunchy Flax - This cereal isn't mentioned in Jorge's book and I found it in a local specialty store, but I really like it and it fits into the BFC plan perfectly. It is different than all the other cereal, and is tiny puffed balls. The brand, Enjoy Life, is dedicated to being Nut and Gluten Free. This cereal is great and I could see using it in other recipes as well. The Carb count is a little high, so I just add slightly less than a whole serving to make it fit into BFC. The one box I bought disappeared really quickly, once my Husband found it! Sugar: 2 Carbs: 40 Fiber: 6 S/C Value: 2/2 for 3/4 Cup
Cheerio's - Good old fashioned Cheerio's is everywhere, so it's easy to find. Just make sure it is the plan varity, not Multigrain, Honey or another type. Only the plain ones are good. I personally never have this on the BFC, but I serve it to the kids as a low sugar breakfast option.
Sugar: 1 Carbs: 20 Fiber: 3 S/C Value: 1/1 for 1 Cup
Corn Flakes - This is my kid's favorite low sugar cereal, but I don't have it myself. While it has a really good S/C Value, the fiber is very low and we can do better. Again, it has to be the plain varity, no frosted flakes here!
Sugar: 2 Carbs: 24 Fiber: 1 S/C Value: 2/1 for 1 Cup