This question has been bothering me for a while, and no matter how much I read or do research, I still don't know the answer.
I guess it comes down to this - I would have "Special K" along with Fibre 1 cereal (really, really high fibre and low fat, sugar-free cereal) almost every morning. As a lot of you know, Special K has low sugar - 3 grams - , no fat, etc, and has 20 grams of starch per 28 gram serving.
I found a new cereal I love even more (which I'll still use Fibre 1 with it) - "On Track" by Presidents Choice. It's pretty much the same per 28 gram serving (although it has 7 grams of sugar which is more than Special K - I'm assuming because it has fruit in it?), however it does not mention starch. Does that mean there is no starch in this cereal? Because if I'm correct, starch turns into sugar, right? So am I better off with the On Track?
I know this is a nit-picky question, but I don't like the idea of eating something I think is healthy, when it's really not.