FROM MSNBC:Kellogg's is coming under fire for it's claim that CoCoa Krispies "helps support your child's immunity." Kellogg's added the claim on the front of the box in May after the swine flu first appeared. Kellogg's told NBC it isn't trying to capitalize on the flu epidemic. The company says it has increased the amount of Vitamins A,C and E found in the cereal.
Dr. Nancy Snyderman says the idea that eating cereal in the morning can boost your immune system and prevent the flu is based on flimsy science. Just last week the "Smart Choices" food label was dropped after the FDA questioned the marketing tactic.
Do your kids eat cereal? Which ones do they like that are healthy-if any?
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