Frosted flakes of corn. They're Gr-r-reat! Each 3/4 cup (30 g) serving provides these percentages of the GDA based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Calories - 110 (6%); Total fat - 0 g (0%); Sodium - 140 mg (6%); Sugars - 11 g (No percentage for sugar is given since the % DV for sugars has not been established. The Institute of Medicine suggests that less than 25% of daily calories come from added sugars to help minimize the consumption of foods with empty calories (IOM, 2002/2005). For a 2,000 calorie diet, this would equal 125 g of added sugar per day); Vitamin A - 500 IU (10%); Vitamin C - 6 mg (10%). Find a good balance with breakfast! Good nutrition is all about balance, variety and moderation. Our At a Glance tool takes key nutrient information from the side panel and puts it on the front of the box, so that you can stay informed about what you are eating and decide what's right for you and your family. What are GDAs? GDA stands for Guideline Daily Amount. GDAs are based on a 2,000 calorie diet, just like Daily Values (DVs) on the Nutrition Facts Panel. GDAs are benchmark values to help guide you toward the daily amounts suggested for a balanced diet. Nutrition at a Glance shows you what's in a serving of the Kellogg's cereal and the percentage it contributes to the GDA for the entire day. Start your day with a delicious bowl of Kellogg's cereal and you'll benefit from its nutrients. That's right, research shows that breakfast is linked to having a healthy body weight. Breakfast eaters have healthier body weights than those who skip breakfast. In fact, studies show eating cereal as part of a nutritious breakfast is important for both children and adults to promote healthy weight. Best To You! The official cereal of Tony the Tiger. Eat right. Work hard. Earn your stripes. Eat a good breakfast for energy to help you practice, practice, practice and improve your skills. Believe in yourself and always do your best! Nutrition at a Glance: Kellogg is committed to bringing our Best To You! and your family. This guide is designed to help you make informed choices. It represents the nutrients in our products and the contribution they make to your Guideline Daily Amounts (GDAs). Exchange: 1 1/2 Carbohydrates. The dietary exchanges are based on the Exchange Lists for Meal Planning, Copyright 2003 by The American Diabetes Association, Inc. and The American Dietetic Association.