When children get into the cabinets at home they can come in contact with certain chemical agents that may seem ordinary to adults, but are poisonous to young children – rat poison, paints, insect repellant, bleaches, detergents, and now, apparently even breakfast cereals. One woman noticed that her child’s legs were very red, and became concerned.
After searching through the items in her kitchen, she is now posting pictures and information online to alert others as to the dangers of common foods and products. The mother’s name is Misty Lyn an she noticed a rash developing on her child’s legs, but didn’t know where it was from or what had caused the irritation.
The woman’s husband had spent the morning with the little girl, so the mother asked him to show her what the child had done through the day. One of the things that made the mother think was that the child tried Apple Jacks cereal that morning. It was the first time that the child had eaten the cereal. She did a little research and took her child to the doctor. The dyes that are in the cereal are apparently high on the list for causing behavioral problems in children.
Some of the dyes that are in the cereal and other foods that are often sold on store shelves and enjoyed every day by families, while these same products have been made illegal in other countries. They have been known to cause severe allergic reactions and can make children very sick so get informed! And please use reliable sources for your information, don’t believe every clickbait article you read…