Well duh!  We knew this, right gang?  People are often shocked that I don’t have cereal in my house for my kids.  My kids don’t eat cereal and milk for breakfast.  Never have. They don’t ask for it because as a mom I never introduced them to it. I make homemade muffins ( with almond flour and no sugar), I make smoothies.  For the longest time my little one had eggs and multi grain toast for breakfast.  Now it’s muffins, yogurt and fruit.


In the World Cup of food wars, sugar and fat are the playoff teams.

It makes intuitive sense that rich foods like creamy avocados or butter-drenched salmon would contribute to weight gain. Similarly, stacking up on sweet treats like sugary cereals and carb-heavy bagels can’t be too great for your waistline, either.

But scientists are increasingly examining what happens inside our bodies when we regularly indulge in large amounts of either sugar or fat on their own.


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