Made from 100% natural whole grain wheat. Amount and % daily value per serving: 170 g calories (9%); 0 g saturated fat (0%); 0 mg sodium (0%); 0 g (a % daily value for sugars has not been established) sugars; 6 g fiber (24%); 49 g (nutritionists recommend at least 3 servings of whole grain foods each day ) whole grain; 60 mg magnesium (15%). Fact No. 1: no sugar or salt added. Not a low calorie food. 100% whole grain. 49 g or more per serving. Eat 48 g or more of whole grains daily. An ingredient list that is so good, we have nothing to hide. Wouldn't it be great if it were easy to understand what is in your food? With Post Shredded Wheat, it's easy to be confident with your breakfast choice. It is made with nothing but goodness, so go ahead and enjoy a bowl. 100% whole grain wheat: We make it easy to understand what is in your food - it's just the natural goodness of whole grain wheat. No sugar or salt added: Our flavor comes from 100% whole grain wheat, nothing else. That means Post Shredded Wheat is sodium free and has 0 grams of sugars per serving. Natural source of fiber: Every bowl contains 6 grams of natural fiber from whole grain wheat. Never artificial fiber. Bite-sized health tip. Nutritionists recommend eating at least 48 grams of whole grains a day. But instead of counting servings, enjoy one bowl of Post Shredded Wheat. With 49 grams of whole grains per serving, you'll get 100% of what you need! Simple things to feel good each day. Post Shredded Wheat is one of the simple things you can do to feel good each day. Here are a few other simple acts of goodness to try out: Show appreciation to your spouse with a surprise breakfast in bed; Show thanks to your local neighborhood by picking up one piece of trash every day; Thank a friend for her friendship by giving her the night off and babysitting her kids. The biscuit of benefits. Post Shredded Wheat is made from whole grain wheat, which is a natural source of fiber and antioxidants. It is also low in fat and cholesterol and sodium free. So what does this mean in terms of health benefits for you? They are so plentiful the cereal could be renamed Biscuit of Benefits! Heart health: Diets rich in whole grain foods and other plant foods, and low in saturated fat and cholesterol may reduce the risk of heart disease. Digestive health: Diets rich in fiber have many benefits and are important for maintaining digestive health. Reduced cancer risk: Low fat diets rich in fiber-containing grain products, fruits and vegetables may reduce the risk of some types of cancer, a disease associated with many factors. Exchange: 2-1/2 starch. Exchange calculations based on Choose Your Foods: Exchange Lists for Diabetes Copyright 2008 by the American Diabetes Association and the American Dietetic Association. Carton made from 100% recycled paperboard. Minimum 35% post-consumer content.