New Study Suggests Weed Killer Is Hiding in Your Kid’s Cheerios

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Here’s What to Feed the Family Instead

If this morning’s headlines about trace amounts of a cancer-linked weed-killing chemical being found in some breakfast goodies sent you into a mild panic, you’re not alone. The new report conducted by the Environmental Working Group identified a number of popular breakfast foods and cereals that might contain higher amounts of the herbicide glyphosate, including Cheerios, Lucky Charms, Quaker Old Fashioned Oats, and more (you can see the full list here).

Before you go into full alarm mode, there are a number of things to remember. Quaker has released a statement suggesting that its products are safe to eat, but if that’s not enough to settle your stomach, there are plenty of products on the market that are glyphosate-free. Here are five alternatives.

Nature’s Path Organic Corn Puffs Gorilla Munch Cereal

If you’re not familiar with Nature’s Path Organic Corn Puffs Gorilla Munch Cereal, it’s a tasty alternative. Plus, the brand is keenly aware of glyphosate in farming and highlights that organic farming certifications prohibit the use of glyphosate.

Annie’s Organic Cereal, Cocoa Bunnies

Annie’s Organic Cereal, Cocoa Bunnies  are a good option if your little one has grown accustomed to satisfying their sweet tooth in the morning with cereal like Lucky Charms.

Go Raw Organic Superfood Sprouted Granola

Go Raw Organic Superfood Sprouted Granola is gluten-, wheat- and soy-free, as well as certified organic.

Barbara’s Bakery Organic Honest O’s Cereal

Barbara’s Bakery Organic Honest O’s Cereal is a smart switch for Cheerios. Rest assured that your little ones are eating the healthiest cereal possible, as this is certified organic.

GrandyOats Organic Grain-Free Coconola

GrandyOats Organic Grain-Free Coconola is organic, non-GMO, and grain-free. Pour some over your family’s morning yogurt.

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