Gluten Free Cereal: Kashi's Organic Simply Maize Over Nature's Path Honey'd Corn Flakes
Trying to find a delicious and relatively nutritious breakfast cereal can be a challenge when you're seeking to be gluten free.
However, having been gluten free mostly by choice, I have found that I have much more energy for althetic and other activities.
I cut down by half-marathon running time by 15 minutes the year I began to go gluten free.
In my view, Kashi's Organic Simply Maize is so much better than Nature's Path corn flakes in both taste and quality of the product.
I have a simple method for evaluating breakfast cereal.
The better the quality is the more I can eat the cereal like chips right out of the box. A quality cereal should be able to stand on its own without the milk and tons of fruit and other stuff you might choose to put on it.
I found Kashi's cereal right out of the box to be flavourful with is fabuolus for a gluten free cereal. On the other hand, in my view, Nature's Path's corn flakes was the typical peculiar tasting gluten free option for cereal which reminded me of cardboard.
I finished the whole box of Kashi having it like a snack whereas Nature's Path to me was totally not edible.
Kashi's cereal also seems to be more nurtitious having checked its Nutrition Facts. A serving of Kashi contains 6% of your daily needs and Nature's Path only 2%
Kashi also contains 6% of your needs for Iron. Nature's Path's corn flakes only contains 2%.
Kashi also boasts 6% Thiamine,6% Niacin, 8% Vitamin B6, 6% Phosphorous, 10% Magnesium and 6% Zinc. Nature's Path's didn't mention any of these vitamins and minerals in its Nutrition Facts.
That's why I pick Kashi's Simply Maize hands down in this "battle" of gluten free choices.