5 Gluten-Free Cereals You Can Feel Good About Eating


Do you feel bombarded by different nutrition messages? Eat more protein. Eat more fibre. Eat less sugar. Make it whole grains.


Let’s simplify it.


These five types of certified gluten-free cereals will help your body feel good and function at its best.


Nature’s Path Sunrise Crunchy Cereal


Why you should eat it

Per ⅔ cup (30g) serving

  • It’s made from 11 whole grains

  • It has 3 grams of fibre

  • It includes nourishing ingredients like buckwheat, quinoa, amaranth and flax seed

  • It has a crunchy texture of flakes, puffs and crispies

  • It’s tastes great


What you should be mindful of

Per ⅔ cup (30g) serving

  • It has only 2 grams of protein

  • It has 7 grams of sugar from cane sugar and maple syrup


Q’ia Cocoa Coconut Superflakes


Why you should eat it

Per 1 cup (55 gram) serving

  • It’s made from nutrient-rich sprouted grains

  • It has simple ingredients like fair trade cocoa powder, coconut shreds, sprouted black bean flour, sprouted brown rice flour

  • It has 6 grams of fibre & 6 grams of protein per serving

  • It has a nice crunch that stays even after you pour milk into it


What you should be mindful of

Per 1 cup (55 gram) serving

  • It has 6 grams of sugar

  • It has 7 grams of fat


Rice Krispies Brown Rice Gluten-Free Cereal


Why you should eat it

Per 1 cup (32 grams)

  • It’s made from whole grain brown rice

  • It has only 1 gram of sugar per serving

  • It can be easily combined with other cereals like homemade granola or even chocolate cookies for added texture and taste


What you should be mindful of

Per 1 cup (32 grams)

  • It has only 1 gram of fibre

  • It has only 3 grams of protein

  • It will become soggy easily if it sits in milk


Granola Girl


Why you should eat it

Per ½ cup (42 grams)

  • It has 3 grams of fibre, including certified gluten-free oats

  • It’s gluten-free, nut-free and vegan

  • It’s made from the goodness of gluten-free oats, coconut, and organic seeds and dried fruit like sesame seeds, pumpkin seeds, hemp seeds and goji berries

  • It’s a local company from Vancouver that is expanding across Canada


What you should be mindful of

  • It has 7 grams of sugar from dried fruit, maple syrup and organic cane sugar. Be mindful that this number will be higher because of dried fruit, which uses the whole fruit.


Bob’s Red Mill - Gluten-Free Muesli


Why you should eat it

Per ¼ cup (29 grams)

  • It has 3 grams of fibre, including certified gluten-free oats

  • It’s made from the goodness of gluten-free oats, raisins, almonds, brown rice crisps, dried apples, coconut and pumpkin seeds

  • There’s 1 gram of added sugar from 4 grams of total sugar per serving

  • It can be enjoyed hot or cold


What you should be mindful of

Per ¼ cup (29 grams)

  • It has 4 grams of sugar, but mostly from dried fruit.