Do kids really prefer sugary cereals for breakfast?

December 13, 2010
by Aimee Keenan-Greene
Food Consumer

A spoonful of sugar may not be needed when it comes to getting kids to eat breakfast cereals.

A new study in today's journal Pediatrics says children will consume low-sugar cereals when offered, and they provide a superior breakfast option.

Its no surprise high-sugar cereals increase children's total sugar consumption and reduce the overall nutritional quality of their breakfast

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