Tim Horton’s: they’re everywhere in Canada and have now started to expand in the US. An easy morning grab-and-go option (or a convenient mid-afternoon snack attack remedy), this chain of coffee shops has become ubiquitous in Canadian culture. READ MORE
You’ve heard it before: bran is an excellent source of fiber. Raisins are healthy. ‘My parents eat it, so it must be nutritious.’
Ah yes, the infamous Raisin Bran health myth.
And what about Mini-Wheats? To the untrained eye, they look like little packets of good health; after all, aren’t they just kid-sized versions of that wholesome, whole-grain cereal of the turn of the twentieth century, Shredded Wheat? READ MORE
Nestle recently launched an aggressive, celebrity-laden campaign to promote its Carnation Breakfast Essentials, a pre-made drink intended to make breakfast more well-rounded and convenient for adults and kids. Their marketing is particularly aimed at parents of young ones, and suggests that the drink has everything a child needs to thrive. READ MORE