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1975 VOLUME XLV 25 percent added to cereals breakfast at home Breakfast Cereals Calories based Cereal lnstitute cereal manufacturers cereal with milk cereals gained cerealst CHANGlNG PATTERNS cholesterol content consumed consumption of presweetened convenience foods CORN FLAKES CORNELL UNIVERSITY dental caries Diet dietary needs eat cereals eggs FEBRUARY 1975 VOLUME food choices foods chosen fortified cereal Fourth National Household grams of protein Household Menu Census increased Key Nutrients lRON MANN LIBRARY meal milk Coffee most-frequent at-home National Household Menu needs imposed niacin and iron number nutrients at breakfast Nutrition Board nutrition labeling nutritionally fortified products NUTRlTlONALLY FORTlFlED one-ounce serving PHOSPHORUS population pork and beef presweetened cereals provide iron ready-to ready-to-eat cereals recognize that sugar Recommended Dietary Allow RIBOFLAVIN RTE cereal School health leaders skip breakfast taste appeal thiamine to-eat toast Coffee toast Juice today's lifestyles tooth decay U.S. RDA VARlOUS FOODS vitamin vitamin-fortified cereals VlTAMlN whole-grain levels