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Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Is Your Kid's Cereal Popular? (part 4)


How Much Grain Does Your Child Need?
Grains are such common staples that most can't imagine them not being good for you. But all of these common items really should be avoided when planning your child's breakfast:

  • Doughnuts
  • Fruit juice and other sugary drinks
  • Waffles and pancakes
  • Bagels and toast (even whole grain organic types)
  • All cereals (even whole grains types)
Carb types can actually do well with grains, but remember; only about 15 percent of the population are carb types, at best. So for the majority, grains and cereals should be limited or avoided as much as possible. Why?

Because grains rapidly break down to sugar in your body, stimulating insulin production. So you're right back to the issue of too much sugar again.
Sources: mercola.com

1 comments:

vhiel May 29, 2008 at 11:03 AM  

done adding your blogs on my 3 blogs... this are the blogs that I have added:

My Vegetables Garden
In My Kitchen
In The Life of.."Mne"
Everything Has A Reason

Please add my 3 blogs on your 4 blogs and confirmed that it has been added:

Here are my blogs:

Can of Thoughts
http://www.canofthoughts.com

Anything and Everything in Between
http://jvivance.blogspot.com

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Thanks,
Vhiel

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