Sugar isn’t the only problem with breakfast cereals; lack of nutritional value and pesticide toxins also harm health

(Natural News) Faced with increasing demands for healthier breakfast alternatives, the Kellog Company, the parent company for the Kellogg’s cereal brands, has announced that it will curb sugar content for its top three children’s cereals by between 20 to 40 percent starting next year. According to Oli Morton, managing director of Kellog’s U.K., the move is due…

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