CBC.ca has a piece on a study that Yale University did that found out that cereals marketed to kids are way, way, way worse than those marketed to grown ups.
Here is what is not so doh. The study, was presented Monday in Washington, D.C., at Obesity 2009, the 27th annual meeting of the Obesity Society, a scientific organization dedicated to the study of obesity and it found that cereals marketed directly to children have 85 per cent more sugar, 65 per cent less fibre and 60 per cent more sodium than cereals marketed to adults.
The worst cereal nutritionally, but the best to eat if you are trying to prevent your eyesight from deteriorating [if you know what I mean] is Reese's Puffs. The captain, Crunch, Fruit Loops and Cocoa Puffs are also on the wall of tasty shame.