Look for cereals that do not have sugary coatings and additional sugar-loaded "charms" inside!
Offer more fresh fruit to your little ones. Experiments with cutting different shapes from apples, pears, peaches, nectarines. Kids like to help and participate in the process.
Here's a study that proves one time more that kids are willing to eat low-sugar cereals. Get all the numbers and examples from this article:
Kids Will Eat Low Sugar Cereals, by Nancy Walsh @ MedPage Today
Take one step at a time with transfering your kids diets into healthy ones, with less added sugar.
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