Nothing against Maria Menounos, but when we hear "drinkable breakfast" we immediately think liquified eggs and bacon and oatmeal all mixed up into the grossest concoction imaginable! Then we realize that we're probably completely wrong and get back to adoring Maria.
And, knowing that Kellogg's new product probably isn't as bad as our initial reaction!
Seriously though, it's like they didn't test the waters with the phrase "drinkable breakfast," LOLz!!
Maria brought her cuteness to the launch event for the new product, which is actually a breakfast shake — meaning a shake you drink at breakfast, not one made OUT OF breakfast — meant to kickstart your day in a healthy way!
We're down with healthy!
[Image via Dennis Van Tine/Future Image/WENN.]
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Jordyn Wieber is still riding her fame from the Olympics!
She's continued to make her rounds on different TV programs.
Most recently she was at Fox.
How do we know?
Because she tweeted a pic (above) and wrote:
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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:
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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:
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A report from the Hudson Institute, a non-partisan policy research organization, shows that healthier food is resulting in healthier profits for the 15 largest food and beverage companies.
The institutes Obesity Solutions Initiative found companies with the most "better for you" products grew faster, had higher profits and superior shareholder returns over the last 5 years.
After analyzing companies
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