By Jon Wells
In a perfect world, parents with means would ensure their kids have a healthy breakfast. In the actual world, it doesn’t happen, not often enough.
Five-year-old Matteo ate Froot Loops at home for breakfast before school.
Better than nothing, but not the healthiest of cereals. There’s a reason they spell it “Froot.”
(Those TV commercials that say sugar-infused cereals like Froot Loops and Lucky Charms — another of Matteo’s favourites — are “part of a nutritious breakfast”? The key word is “part.”)
Meanwhile, Hannah, his kindergarten classmate at St. David school in Stoney Creek, ate what she calls a “chocolate sandwich” to start her day.
Article and image source: The Hamilton Spectator