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"Cereals have really evolved since the early days of Lucky Charms and Cap’n Crunch. In fact, today’s run-of-the-mill whole-grain cereal with milk may even be as good as a sports drink for recovery after exercise. Whole-grain cereals are now loaded with protein, carbs and other important vitamins and minerals, while milk is an easily digestible and complete source of both casein and whey protein."

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