Question: What’s the difference between cereal and pastured eggs cooked in butter and coconut oil, for breakfast?
Answer: My four year old son’s behavior.
For many reasons, including nutrition and cost, I decided that cold cereal wasn’t worth buying. First, most cold cereal goes through an extrusion process, contains tons of refined sugars and flours, and has synthetic vitamins put back in to replace the vitamins that have been stripped away in the beginning; even the so-called “healthier” cereals that I bought. (Btw, organic cold cereal can be just as bad as the conventional stuff). Cereals are really convenient and take no time to prepare, just three little steps: get bowl, pour cereal, pour milk. For busy families, this seems like the easiest thing to do. And, especially in the mornings, we are a very busy family! [Read more…]