It has become a tradition to feed children breakfast cereals that include Lucky Charms, Trix and other sweetened cereals. Breakfast cereals for children contain vitamins and iron, but many cereals also contain more than 2 teaspoons of sugar that is 2/3 of the tablespoons the FDA approves for children. According to the FDA, children are supposed to have between 3 and 8 teaspoons of sugar on a daily basis. The worse ingredients in children’s cereals are those that contain corn syrup, high fructose, and cereals that are mixed with several different kinds of sugar. Is there an alternative to feeding your children cereal?
The best cereals for children are those low in sugar and high in fiber and whole grain. Not only are these type of cereals great with skim milk or 2 percent milk, they be sprinkled on Greek yogurt. According to Cooking Light.com, the best sweet cereal to feed your child is one with multi-grain oats and honey.