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Hidden preservatives lurking in your kids cereals

Most cereals contain  BHA. BHA, also known as Butylated Hydroxyanisole, is an artificial preservative that has been associated with potential health risks, especially in children. It is commonly used in processed foods to extend their shelf life, but there are concerns that BHA may have negative effects on human health.

Many cereals now contain natural preservatives like Vitamin E or rosemary extract, which can help to prolong shelf life without the potential health risks associated with artificial preservatives although they are suspended in refined vegetable oils.

Furthermore, when choosing a children's cereal, it is important to pay attention to the type of oils used in the production process. Refined oils, such as vegetable oil or soybean oil, have been linked to inflammation and other health issues. 

In summary, it's crucial to be mindful of the ingredients in children's cereals and to prioritize natural and whole ingredients whenever possible. While it can be tempting to choose a cereal based on taste or convenience, the health of our children should always come first.

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