This reinforces my belief that packaged/processed foods are harmful and nothing is as good as homemade food from provisions purchased from the farmer.For further information see my blogs underHealth category.
Six hundred and forty-two times a year. That is how often the average American preschooler sees an advertisement for cereal, according to a new study by Yale University.
New study accuses food industry of pushing the least nutritious cereals on kids.So it puts things in perspective when the same study says that cereals with the biggest marketing push also happen to be among the least nutritious, when analyzed using a nutrient profiling system developed at Oxford University.
“If one looks at the rank order list of the worst nutrition cereals it’s stunning how the worst cereals are marketed so aggressively to children,” Kelly Brownell, a co-author of the study, said.