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Behind the scenes of her new "Got Milk?" ad, Miranda Lambert talked about the importance of a healthy breakfast.
She says she was raised to always eat something in the morning, never skipping the most important meal of the day.
Her mom always made sure she had some milk, cereal or at least a pop tart!
She talked about how she has and always will be a classic size 8 because she's a healthy, normal person.
We love her philosophy regarding health and eating!
Check out the video (above) to hear her drop a little more knowledge on ya!
How do you know when you've made it??
When you appear on a cereal box!!
Gabby Douglas, gold medal winning American gymnast, is on a Kellogg's Corn Flakes box!
Gabby is represented by Sheryl Shade, the same agent who turned Shawn Johnson into the media darling she is today.
Expect to see a lot more of Gabby!
Way to go, gurl! You've made your country proud!
USA! USA! USA!
They're deep frying everything, so why would anyone think they've hit a limit??
The newest abomination: deep fried cereal!
Charlie Boghosian is a pioneer when it comes to frying stuff that shouldn't be fried. He's a man of conviction, and a man of no boundaries.
This year at the San Diego County Fair, he's debuting Totally Fried Cereal, in Trix and Cinnamon Toast Crunch flavors.
You might remember Charlie as the madness behind last year's deep-fried Kool-Aid balls. If not, then you're probably pretty healthy.
Where will it end??
[Image via Chicken Charlie's.]
This is SO awesome!!!
Thanks to a tweet from Tim Burgess of the band The Charlatans, Kelloggs has created a cereal that can only be described as Totes Amazeballs! Mostly because it's literally called Totes Amazeballs, but it's also totes amazeballs that they actually made this!
The legend of Totes Amazeballs cereal began when Tim shared his incredible idea with Kelloggs as a joke, but then they got in touch with him and actually developed it.
Basing the blend of flavors off of the musicians love for Rocky Road ice cream, Kelloggs mixed Coco Pops Rocks, marshmallows, shortbread pieces and raisins to create the original cereal. Tim explained the process by saying:
Most parents wouldn't dream of feeding their kids cake for breakfast every day, but if they aren't careful about what kind of cereal they're buying, they just might be feeding them worse!
A survey by the Environmental Working Group has found that a lot of cereals marketed to children, like Honey Smacks, have MORE sugar in them than a Hostess Twinkie.
Yes! The survey reveals a cup of Cap'n Crunch or Apple Jacks has more sugar than three Chips Ahoy! cookies.
Yuck! If you don't want you're kids eating the nutritional equivalent of a chopped up candy bar (fortified with vitamins of course), check out ten of the sugariest cereals below: