These food manufacturers had the nerve to claim that eating these cereals could prevent your children from coming down with the swine flu due to the synthetic vitamins  that are inside these products!


Fortunately, a West Coast attorney decided to contact Kellogg’s and requested that they back up their claims with facts. Instead of providing this information, Kellogg’s just changed the cover of the box, omitting the health claims.

It’s troubling to me that we don’t have more stringent regulations regarding what claims can be made on the food we consume. However, if you apply the “if nature made it, eat it. If man made it, don’t eat it” rule then you will naturally be consuming food that is healthy. You also need to ask yourself qustions like, “Is this food real?” “Is it traditional?” If you can answer yes to these questions then your food has passed the test. If the answer is no, then stay far away from it.