Cereals may seem like a great breakfast option for your family, but too often they come with something you don’t want – loads of sugar. And that’s not good.
Americans consume an average of 22 teaspoons of sugar a day. And you might be surprised to know that after obvious foods such as candy, cookies, ice cream, sugary drinks, breakfast cereals are the single greatest source of added sugar in the diets of children under eight.
There are better ways to start your child’s day. Here are some great tips from Healthy Child Healthy World and EWG for a Smart Start: