Raise your spoons. We'd like to propose a toast to Sarah Toland of Men's Journal who penned "The Case for Cereal" and thus validated any man who has poured himself a bowl for dinner. You see, the diet industry has dealt America's breakfast of champions a cruel blow in its crusade against sugar, carbohydrates and gluten. "But is cereal really that bad for you?" she asks. "The short answer is no. Choose a whole-grain cereal high in fiber and protein, yet low in sugar, and eat that cereal in moderation and America's favorite breakfast food can also be a healthy one for your morning meal—or your lunch, dinner, or evening snack." She then provides some helpful rules to follow to find the best cereals. The kind you can eat whenever you want (which unfortunately rule out Frosted Flakes, Apple Jacks and Lucky Charms).