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Feeding your kids cereal for breakfast? You may as well give them cake says the American Heart Association

by , 22 May 2014

A recent study done by the Environmental Working Group says you might as well let your child be eating cookies for breakfast every morning.


Because the breakfast cereals they love so much contain just as much sugar as any treat or dessert. In fact, 98% of cereals contain more sugar in a single serving than the recommended daily intake for children, says the American Heart Association.

As a parent, that should set alarm bells ringing! After all these cereals, specifically marketed to serve children, are causing them so much harm! By increasing their daily sugar intake, they're at higher risk of becoming obese and developing type 2 diabetes later in life.

So what can you do about it?

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Swap your child’s regular breakfast for one that’ll prevent them from developing type 2 diabetes 

It’s scary to think that your child’s health is in danger because of the breakfast cereals designed for them! Studies show most children’s cereal contain twice the amount of sugar as adult variants do.
So change your child’s diet to protect their health and prevent them from developing type 2 diabetes.
To do this, feed your child a balanced meal containing protein, fat and slow-burning carbohydrates to get them through the day. While it may take a little more time to prepare, it’s imperative for your child’s health and well-being.
Try one of these healthy alternatives to sugar-laden cereals.

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Protect your child from type 2 diabetes by feeding them a healthy balanced meal every morning 

1.      Plain yoghurt with a chopped apple and rolled oats. Add a dash of honey and cinnamon to increase the flavour.
2.      Scrambled eggs, low-fat cheese and a gluten-free wrap.
3.      Boiled egg and soldiers with gluten-free bread.
There are plenty ideas for healthy kid’s breakfasts without putting your child at risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Try them today!

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