THERE'S been a long debate about breakfast cereals intended for children.
While many say these products are high in sugar and salt, others say their attractiveness lures children into eating breakfast.
Most are fortified with vitamins and can provide top-ups of vitamin B and D that are difficult to find except in oily fish.
Nestlé recently introduced multi-grained Cheerios, so if your children eat healthily unprocessed food 80 percent of the time - let them eat pops on weekends! - Leizl Eykelhof