Beneath are 20 Worst Breakfasts To Feed Your Children – A Must Read !!!
1. Granola or Cereal Bars
Grocery store shelves are lined with a myriad of granola bar products, but before tossing a box in your shopping cart, be sure to read the ingredients list. Although they may be a good source of fiber, they are often very high in calories, saturated fats, and loaded with sugar.
A superb rule of thumb is that if the ingredients list contains more than five ingredients you don’t recognize, it probably isn’t the healthiest food. The fewer the ingredients the better! A healthier alternative, time permitting, would be to make your own homemade granola bars. Whip some up on Sunday, and they will be ready to grab-and-go all week!