What a crock. What parent is going to believe Cocoa Pebbles rice crispy treats are healthy for their kids? Come on. I'm not a health nut but I sure wouldn't waste my calories on garbage either. Yuck.
Personally, I'd rather have a brownie. Oooh or a butter rum muffin from Henry's market. Mmm mmm.
And staying on topic (BFing): I've noticed my twins get a bit gassy when I consume too many starchy foods. My diet is mostly lean meats and veggies but I love homemade pasta too and those seem to give them problems. Oh and I learned very early that they can't tolerate the enzymes from broccoli. Sucks because broccoli is my fave vegetable.
I agree! I think MDC sold out to the man.. :(
Abra, Married to George, Mother to DS 12/03 & DD1 08/09 & DD2 12/11 + Someone New in May 2015! After years of planning, we are finally living our dream in South America!!
I wonder how much we can rag on the mainstream products in the ads--would the administrators have to pull critical posts that go directly against their advertisers' interests?
It is sad. I know it is how most websites are funded. It's the way it works. But I feel pretty grumpy that I just saw an ad here for Chemlawn
ME&HE... loving our: dd(18) ~~ds(13) dd(13)~~ dd(10)
The thing is it's not in the best interest of the website to allow such adds. We're not the target demographic for this stuff. If other mainstream yet somewhat natural products were being displayed it would be different. Where is Annies, Amy's, Ians, 7th gen, Stoneyfield, Method, Burt's bees, etc. They'd get alot more ad revenue with those sorts of product placements.