Great news! The world is slowly catching up with my sugar warnings. Some sugary kids' breakfast cereals have received a haircut as sugar quantities have been reduced. Lucky Charms, Trix and Chocolate Cocoa Pebbles, among others, are arriving on grocery store shelves with less sugar - down to 9 grams or less for every 3/4 cup serving. As the Eat-Clean Lady I applaud the direction these food manufacturers are going in but they could do so much more and other big food companies could join in. Regardless, as I have stated in The Eat-Clean Diet® For Family and Kids, get the candy out of your cereal if you want to improve your child's health and, dare I say, behavior.
If food manufacturers are leading by example you should too! Find out how our Eat-Clean Diet® community members are teaching their families clean habits on the Eat-Clean Diet® website.
To learn more, read "Breakfast just got a little less sweet" on latimes.com!
Keep it tight,