7 Unhealthiest Breakfast Foods on Grocery Shelves

Jimmy Dean Blueberry Pancakes and Sausage on a Stick!

Now that pancakes with refined flour (and no blueberries) and sausage are simpler to eat on the move, these meals on a stick lack nutrition. One stick contains 16 grammes of fat, 400 milligrammes of sodium.

Jimmy Dean Biscuits and Gravy

With pork, heavy cream, and palm oil, these biscuits and gravy have an impressive 14 grammes of saturated fat (70% DV) per serving. A four-digit sodium concentration of 1,160 milligrammes surpasses the RDA of 2,300 milligrammes.

Pillsbury Golden Grahams Toaster Strudel Pastries

This mediocre breakfast has more enhanced flour, palm oil, sugar and high fructose corn syrup. These toaster pastries (desserts) include 24 grammes of added sugars (almost half the RDA) per serving.

Tastykake Glazed Honey Bun

Due to their richness, these honey buns come in half-sized pastry snacks, which are seldom stopped eating. This breakfast idea cuts saturated fat (42% DV) per serving. Taking less saturated fat reduces the risk of stroke and heart failure.

Cap'n Crunch Original Cereal

This cereal is delicious for a reason. Adults and kids keep going back for another box because of the 17 grammes of sugar per cup (100% added sugar from sugar and brown sugar).

Frosted Cookies & Crème Pop-Tarts

This manufactured meal tastes like a sandwich cookie but is sold as breakfast. One serving (two pastries) of this product contains all except 2 grammes of added sugar, which is empty calories.

Johnsonville Country Recipe Smoked Breakfast Sausage

You shouldn't start with sausages to get more protein. This highly processed beef has 22% DV of your daily salt intake per serving. Adding 5 grammes of saturated fat, hydrolyzed maize protein, sodium diacetates.