|Cheerios Quick Facts|
|Major nutrients||Iron (101.13%)
Vitamin B-12 (79.17%)
Vitamin B9 (50.00%)
Vitamin A (39.57%)
In May 1, 1941 Cheerios was acquainted as CheeriOats. In 1945, the name was modified to Cheerios. Cinnamon Nut Cheerios was the variation of original Cheerios in mid-1976. Honey Nut Cheerios, the second one got introduced in 1979. General Mills got success with highly effective marketing, sales was about 1.8 million of Honey Nut Cheerios in its first year.
Cheerios might lead to short term or long term side effects:
Short-term side effects: Cramps, diarrhea, nausea
Possible long-term side effects: Weight gain, diabetes, weakened immune system, elevated blood sugar
- A warm bath of powdered Cheerios soaked in oats for 30 minutes provides relief from itching from poison ivy, chicken pox, poison oak and pain from sunburn.
- Apply a paste from ground Cheerios, honey and lemon juice. Apply to the face and leave for 10 minutes. Rinse with warm water.
- Powdered Cheerios is used to thicken gravy, beef stew and soup.
- Intake of bowl of dry Cheerios breakfast cereal eases nausea and vomiting.
- Cheerios could be found in various flavors such as banana nut cheerios, honey nut cheerios, chocolate cheerios, frosted cheerios, yogurt burst cheerios, cinnamon burst cheerios etc.
- It has not added color or artificial flavors.
- Cheerios has no saturated fats in it so it is cholesterol free and not harmful for fat persons and heart patients.