Thursday, November 05, 2009
Snap, Crackle, Pop Immunity..?
Immunity in a box of breakfast candy..? You weren't fooled by this.
I appeared on FOX Business Network with Stuart Varney Wednesday to chat up the latest cereal box outrage...
Obviously Kellogg's figured American parents are dumber than dumb when they tried to claim Cocoa Krispies and Rice Krispies promoted immunity.
Spray on a few synthetic vitamins and that's immunity?
San Francisco city attorney, Dennis Herrera, said not so fast... Of course these claims should never have made it to the shelves in the first place. (hell-o, FDA? FCC? BBB?) How cavalier these junk food makers and marketers are...
So we-the-people said "no," and now the Snap, Crackle and Pop immunity nonsense is going bye-bye--just like the dumb "Smart Choice" program...
Want immunity for your kids..?
Mothers, breast-feed your babies. 6 months, a year...
Load your kids up on rich green produce and berries...
Make sure your child gets 10-12 hours of sleep every night.
And how about flu-, infection- and inflammation-fighting Vitamin D? If you live above the latitude running from Atlanta to L.A...you're too far north in the Fall and Winter for the UVB rays of the sun to work their magic converting cholesterol to Vitamin D. You need a supplement, and today's recommended doses are being upped upped upped. Check with your pediatrician first... I give my children 1000 IUs of D-3 every day... And the more I read, the better I feel about that decision.
Posted by MeMe Roth at 12:37 PM
Labels: child immunity, dennis herrera, Fox Business Network, immunity cocoa krispies, kellogg's, MeMe Roth, obesity expert, smart choice, stuart varney
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