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Eat This, Not That For Kids

Eat This, Not That: A Healthy Food Option Quiz

Many parents think they know what's best for baby, but fat and sugar can be lurking in some not-so-obvious places. David Zinczenko and Matt Goulding have co-authored a tell-all on healthy food choices for children. With this smart book, parents can start making healthier choices about their kids' diets. Take the quiz to see if you're dishing out the good goods or if there's a better option to consider.

Eat This, Not That: A Healthy Food Option Quiz

Which cereal is better for your tot: Cheerios or Rice Krispies?

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MissSushi MissSushi 7 years
I don' t like to be overly negative, but this is kind of a crap quiz. Taking things with healthy ingredients and comparing them to complete crap thats less fattening. It may have less fat grams, but it also has absolutely NOTHING in it. No good fat, no good ingredients, vitamins, etc.
Akpril Akpril 7 years
But this is the problem with these stats- all they talk about is fat and sugar. Saying that Rice Crispy treats (which are butter, marshmallow and cereal) are better for you than oats, almonds, honey, and sunflower seeds is extremely misleading. And we're not taking into account what kind of fats they are. We need fats in our diets. And just because Macaroni and Cheese has more fat than SpaghettiO's does not mean that SpaghettiO's are good for you. They are just a better choice of horrible choices.
RoaringSilence RoaringSilence 7 years
Whoa! Those are some scary stats.
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