We long been told that breakfast is the most important meal of the day and, as kids, there was no better way to kick-start the morning than with a big bowl of milky, chocolate-y goodness.
However, as we become more conscious of what is in the foods we’re consuming, cereal is being shown the door. It could be that these sugary starters are to blame.
They’ve led to the perception that all cereals are unhealthy but Nutritional Advisor Dr Joanna McMillan, explains this is not the case.
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