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Kellogg Scientists Find That Presweetened Breakfast Cereals Are Healthy For Kids

February 6, 2013: 12:00 AM EST
A study by scientists at a Kellogg Company research unit found that children who start their day with cereal breakfasts – even presweetened ones, of which Kellogg produces many varieties – tend to have lower body mass indexes than children who eat no breakfast. They also found no differences in weight, BMI, waist circumference, blood pressure, or lipids among kids who eat presweetened ready-to-eat cereals or unsweetened cereals. The study was published in a bi-monthly, peer-reviewed journal on the nutritional care of children from birth through adolescence.
"Presweetened, Ready-to-Eat Cereal a Smart Choice for Children", news release, Kellogg Company, February 06, 2013, © Kellogg Co.
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