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>>IT WAS MY DAUGHTER MALLORY.
SHE ASKED US FOR A STOPWATCH FOR HER BIRTHDAY. I NEVER SUSPECTED ANYTHING.
>>MY SON MATT STARTED HANGING OUT WITH A NEW CROWD. I THOUGHT THEY WERE GOOD KIDS, BUT SOON HE STARTED WEARING SHORT-SHORTS AND T-SHIRTS WITH BAD PUNS.>>WHERE DID YOU GET THIS?
RUNNING NOSE.>>I KNOW.
>>EVERY YEAR 13 MILLION KIDS TRY DISTANCE RUNNING FOR THE FIRST TIME. UNAWARE THAT THEY’RE BEGINNING A LIFE OF CHAFFING AND MALE THIGH EXPOSURE.
>>YOU DR. SCHOLL’S?>>INDEED I AM.
YOU GUYS NEED SHOES?>>YEAH.
>>OH, BAM. AND THESE RIGHT HERE.
TRY THOSE ON FOR SIZE.>>WHAT’S THIS GOING TO RUN US?
>>IT’S 25.>>GIVE IT TO HIM.
>>YEAH.>>OUR SON ADAM SAID IT WAS JUST A PARTY,
BUT WHEN WE WENT TO GO ON CHECK ON HIM– NO!
IT WAS A 5K. NO!
I HAVE NO SON!>>HONEY, STOP.
>>I HAVE NO SON! DON’T YOU EVEN THINK ABOUT COMING HOME FOR CHRISTMAS! [CRYING]>>ADAM!
>>YOU ARE LITERALLY BREAKING YOUR MOTHER’S HEART.>>SOON 5KS WEREN’T ENOUGH. HE STARTED GETTING INTO MARATHONS.
>>WHAT IS THIS? OKAY!
>>IT JUST KEPT GETTING MEDAL, AFTER MEDAL, AFTER MEDAL–>>AFTER MEDAL.
HIS NECK…>>SO MUCH WEIGHT, IT JUST DRUG HIM DOWN.
>>EVERYDAY MORE AND MORE OF THESE HOODLUMS ARE RUNNING THE STREETS.
BUT WHAT ARE THEY RUNNING FROM? WHAT ARE THEY TRYING TO HIDE?
WE GOT TO GET BACK TO TRADITIONAL VALUES LIKE WALKING, SITTING DOWN–
>>I SHOULD HAVE SEEN THE WARNING SIGNS.
YOU KNOW, HE WAS RUNNING IN PLACE A LOT AND USED GEL INSERTS.
I MEAN, I DON’T EVEN KNOW WHERE YOU FIND THAT KIND OF THING.
>>SUSPECT IS BEING CHARGED WITH DISTANCE RUNNING, RUNNER’S HIGH, FREAKISH SCRAWNINESS–
>>HEY!>>YOU KEEP QUIET.
>>BUT AS THE RUNNING EPIDEMIC SPREADS, PARENTS AND TEACHERS ARE POWERLESS TO STOP IT.>>WE TOOK AWAY HER RUNNING SHOES
HOPING SHE WOULD STOP AND THEN WE HEAR ABOUT THIS THING
CALLED BARE-FOOT RUNNING? WAS THIS SOME SORT OF SICK JOKE?
I MEAN, WHERE DOES IT STOP?>>PARENTS, TALK TO YOUR KIDS ABOUT DISTANCE RUNNING. HELP THEM FIND BETTER HOBBIES LIKE VIDEO GAMES.
>>COULD YOU STOP IT FOR MINUTE MATT?>>NAPPING OR DIABETES.
>>IF YOU DON’T EAT YOUR DONUT YOU CAN’T HAVE BROCCOLI.
>>NO, DAD. IT’S GOING TO SLOW ME DOWN.
>>I’M WORRIED ABOUT YOU.>>IN EXTREME CASES SEEK MEDICAL HELP.
>>YOUR SON HAS TESTED POSITIVE FOR SHIN SPLINTS.>>CHOP THE LEG.
>>IT’S–>>CHOP THE LEG.>>DISTANCE RUNNING, IT’S A DANGEROUS
AND SLIPPERY SLOPE. SOMETIMES A HEALTHY LIFE IS WORSE THAN DEATH.
Welcome to another JeaKen Video. Today we will be talking on Why Weight Loss
Stalls On The Ketogenic Diet. But before we get started take a minute to
subscribe to our channel, click the bell icon to be notified whenever we publish a new video. The ketogenic diet is making headlines everywhere
in recent times. It’s been around for nearly a century and
had its debut as a medical diet in 1924 for epilepsy and other metabolic dysregulations. It was all but extinct until the 1990s when
it made a comeback and has been hitting mainstream media since. Why? Because it works! When insulin isn’t running rampant through
the system to combat glucose spikes, stored fatty acids are released into the bloodstream
and filtered by liver thus creating ketones. 6 Reasons Why Weight Loss Stalls On The Ketogenic Diet. By restricting carbohydrates, the body adapts
to a new fuel source as glucose is no longer in abundance and instead opts for ketones. Following a ketogenic diet isn’t simply about
foods and getting in the appropriate macronutrients. And this is precisely why people complain
of weight loss stalling out and reaching a plateau. 1. Not in a State of Ketosis. The entire foundation of the ketogenic way
of eating is based on maintaining a state of ketosis. Cheating and indulging “just this time” could
potentially throw the body out of ketosis. Our bodies prefer glucose for fuel; it’s the
first choice. If cheat meals or cheat days are allowed,
the body stop using ketones for fuel and switches back over to glucose. And even if the ketogenic diet is back in
full-force immediately after a sweet treat or deep-fried fat-fest, it still takes 24
to 48 hours for ketone production to begin again. It’s just not worth it. The most effective way to check for ketosis
is using a blood meter. It’s an expensive route, but it works. There are also urine strips, however these
are highly inaccurate and lead to many false negatives. It only measures the ketones remaining in
the urine, not the ketones already used for fuel. There is also a breath analyzer on the market,
however it is also not very reliable. The easiest and least expensive alternative
is paying attention to symptoms. Clear mental status, less of an appetite,
greater energy and strong-smelling urine. 2. Eating Too Much or Not Enough. Calories matter. Macros matter more. And keeping track of all intake matters most. The macro ratio normally looks something like
this. 5% of daily calories from carbs, 10-20% from
protein and 75-80% from fat. Carbs and protein each have 4 calories per
gram, while fat grams are more than double at 9 calories. There are a number of free apps for logging
daily intake. Those who wish to reap the many rewards of
a keto diet should be diligent in keeping track of their macros and minerals, as well
as water intake. Rule of thumb for macros. Carbs are a hard limit, protein is a target
and fat should be balanced. If you go over a bit on protein, adjust carbs
or fat accordingly so your caloric intake goal is achieved. 3. Hidden Carbs. These tricky suckers are everywhere and are
often the main culprit for weight loss stalls! Read food labels and research the ingredients
if unsure about something listed. Almost everything labeled “sugar-free” still
has a substitute sweetener. Keto approved sweeteners. Stevia, pure liquid sucralose, and erythritol. Steer clear of anything else. Low-fat dairy is riddled with hidden carbs. The amount of carbs increases when the amount
of fat is lowered. Yogurt, if not fermented, can be a carb-catastrophe. Shredded cheese has potato or corn starch
added to keep it from clumping. The less processed, the better to avoid a
sneak attack weight loss stall. And finally, make sure to log seasonings and
spices when creating a meal. Onion powder has approximately 5g of carbs
per tablespoon, and garlic powder even more with 6g! It would be awful to have a simple flavoring
drop-kick the body right out of ketosis! 4. Time and Quantity of Meals. While the body is in ketosis, we need to give
it time to actually use the fuel we are supplying with each meal. Keep meals at least four hours apart and have
no more than three meals a day. If the schedule for meals is normally twice
a day, it’s okay to maintain that schedule as long as the macros are met. Snacking might also be an issue is weight
loss has stalled out. 5. Exercise. Assuming cardio workouts are going to get
the weight off faster is false. If cardio is already part of the daily routine
prior to keto, go ahead and continue. Adding weight-lifting or HIIT (high-intensity
interval training) to the routine will be of more benefit than adding more cardio for
avoiding muscle loss. Although, exercise is not necessary to lose
weight on the ketogenic diet. 6. Fat Bombs and BPC. There are several resources advocating fat
bombs and “Bullet Proof Coffee” claiming fat burns fat or it takes the toxins out of coffee. Completely false. Fat does not burn fat, and frankly, the human
body doesn’t know the difference in table fat versus stored fat. If you ingest it, it’s going to get burned
prior to the body going to its own resources, like stored fat, and thus ketone production
slows. Have a balanced, keto-approved breakfast instead. Try a couple of eggs cooked in butter and
half of an avocado with black coffee. The ketogenic diet isn’t rocket science, but
there is a healthy amount of information to be absorbed. Don’t let it get over-whelming. Once the routine starts and logging foods
becomes habit, it gets much easier. Every human body is different and what works
for one might not work well for another. Take the time to make adjustments and log
any changes. Just don’t give up! If you’ve liked the video give it a thumb
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We see what people look like on the
outside but we don’t see ourselves on the inside, and I did. And I saw all the
fat around my organs and the fat in my liver. I was quite shocked and I thought,
actually that was the point that I thought, I’ve got to do something about
this. This isn’t healthy. When I got the letter to say start on the course I
wasn’t quite sure as to whether I wanted to do it or not at first. I went along
and the nurse, she was lovely really, really lovely, and then as you know the
Direct study, they send you for scans and things and that’s that that was the beginning of it. We had charts that plotted the
weight loss and things and the odd week when I put weight on it made me more
determined to be good the following week, because sometimes you feel down,
sometimes you get a little bit fed up and things with being on this trial and you
might drop out for a couple of days, you know, especially when you’re on the soups
and shakes. Those hiccups happen to everyone. Just focus again, couple of days
later, start again. It’s the best thing I could have done.
it makes it worthwhile to do it when you know you can see the dedication that all
the nurses and everyone are putting in, doctors are putting into this trial and
I did it actually for myself and for them. I think in life you get out what you
put in and I did put a lot of effort in but it’s certainly been worth it.
Diabetes UK has not wasted time doing this, you’ve probably saved a lot of
people’s lives. When I was told that I was in remission,
it was brilliant that’s exactly.. I felt I’d achieved what I’d set out to do and now I know what is really good to eat and what’s not. I mean we’ve got two
allotments so I eat lots and lots of vegetables. Well Dave grows them and I
cook them. My grandchildren have always lived vegetables. I mean I am quite a
good cook, he always says I am, whether I am I don’t know? He just tries to butter me up. With the salad I tried to include protein in it like chicken and nuts, and
I like the look of food, I like it presented well. We do eat healthily.
It’s well worth doing. Grasp it and go for it
because not only for yourself for your family and grandchildren. I would give
that advice to anyone. You know, where would I be now if I hadn’t have
done it? Because I consider myself very fortunate to be on this trial. I went
down with type 2 diabetes and I want to stay clear of it. For everyone’s health, for my
husband’s health and for my family to support them.
I’ve got a lot of life left.
Top 10 Most Useful Natural Home Remedies 1. Peppermint. Mint has been used for hundreds of years as
a health remedy. Peppermint oil helps with irritable bowel syndrome — a long-term condition
that can cause cramps, bloating, gas, diarrhea, and constipation –
and it is good for headaches as well.. 2. Garlic
Some studies show that people who eat more garlic are less likely to get certain types
of cancer. It also may lower blood cholesterol and blood
pressure levels, but it doesn’t seem to help that much.
Chewing couple pieces of garlic in the morning with luke warm water takes care of stomach
gas 3. Honey
This natural sweetener may work just as well for a cough as over-the-counter medicines.
That could be especially helpful for children who aren’t old enough to take those.
4. Turmeric This spice has been hyped as being able to
help with a variety of conditions from arthritis to fatty liver.
Half teaspoon of turmeric powder directly ingested with a glass of warm water takes
care of your cough. Other claims, such as healing ulcers and helping
with skin rashes after adiation are lacking proof..
5. Ginger It’s been used for thousands of years in
Asian medicine to treat stomachaches, diarrhea, and nausea.
Studies show that it works for nausea and vomiting.
It also helps with menstrual cramps, too. 6. Sex
Sex can help ease pain when you have certain kinds of headaches — especially migraines.
It’s also been shown to improve heart health, ease stress, and boost mental alertness.
7. Green Tea This comforting drink does more than keep
you awake and alert. It’s a great source of some powerful antioxidants
that can protect your cells from damage and help you fight disease.
It may even lower your odds of heart disease and certain kinds of cancers, like skin, breast,
lung, and colon. 8. Hot Soup
Hot soup can be good for a cold. Studies show it can ease symptoms and help you get
rid of it sooner. It also curbs swelling and clears out nasal
fluids. 9. Cinnamon
You may have heard that it can help control blood sugar for people who have prediabetes
or diabetes. It has been used for hundreds of years in
Asia as medicinal herb. 10. Hot Bath
It’s good for all kinds of things that affect your muscles, bones, and tendons, like arthritis,
back pain, and joint pain. And warm water can help get blood flow to
areas that need it, so gently stretch and work those areas while you’re in there.
The ideal temperature is between 92 and 100 F.
BONUS: Petroleum Jelly This is used for any number of things: It
can help your skin keep its moisture and prevent chafing — on the inside of your thighs when
you run, for example. It also can help protect your baby’s skin
from diaper rash
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For kids who grew up in the 1980s and 1990s,
it was sugary cereal commercials that dotted the television landscape, featuring lucky
leprechauns, wise-cracking droids and adorable Gremlins. A common theme among all of them was advocating
these products were a “magical part of a complete breakfast“, helping to ingrain
that idea into our collective mindset. Of course, anyone who has even a modicum of
knowledge about proper nutrition knows that regularly partaking in a massive dose of extremely
calorie dense, sugary cereal is not at all needed nor advisable in a “complete breakfast”. So how did we get here? What did people historical eat for breakfast
and who was the first to claim eating cereals like mini-ETs was a nutritious way to start
the day? To begin with, both large groups of people
eating breakfast and large groups choosing to skip it is nothing new. While The Iliad and The Odyssey make mention
of soldiers and manual laborers eating a meal very close to the start of the day, with items
on the menu being things like barley bread, olives, fig, and wine, many in the ancient
world did not eat breakfast at all. In fact, as far as a set meal goes, it wasn’t
uncommon to choose to only eat one large meal towards the end of the day. For instance, according to food historian
Caroline Yeldham, outside of the aforementioned individuals like campaigning soldiers and
those who spent their days doing intensive manual labor, many Ancient Romans did not
typically eat a morning meal, preferring the aforementioned one, very large meal a day
eaten at about three or four in the afternoon. That said, those Romans who did eat a morning
meal, with said meal called jetaculum, seem to have eaten things like bread, olives, raisins,
cheese, and nuts, washing it down with some wine-based beverage, somewhat similar to the
Ancient Greeks. As for the legionary on the go, they ate things
such as a porridge made from wheat and barley soaked in water. In all cases, this was essentially pre-prepared
or quick to make and eat food that provided what the body needed to sustain high energy
output throughout the morning. The trend toward abstaining from breakfast
at all saw a huge upsurge during the Middle Ages, with many opting for a two meal system-
one around noon and one in the evening. Eating a meal shortly after waking during
this period in the Western world seems to have been largely considered a form of gluttony,
as noted by 13th century priest Thomas Aquinas in his Summa Theologica. That’s not to say nobody ate breakfast,
however, even in this anti-breakfast era in the Western world. Those requiring a lot of calories to get through
the day generally ate things like rye bread and beer in the morning, though it appears
the more devout of these individuals tended to take their desire for a morning meal as
a sign of moral weakness, and their giving into it as something of a sinful act. Unsurprisingly given manual laborers tended
to be poor, beyond being considered somewhat gluttonous, eating breakfast in this era also
tended to be looked down upon by the affluent as something only poor people did. It was also during this time that the midday
meal, which, as mentioned, for many in the Western world was the first meal of the day,
was actually called “dinner,” from the Old French word “disnar” which meant breakfast. So, in other words, lunch was breakfast and
it was called dinner… It was during the 14th and 15th centuries
that adding a meal between last night’s feast and the midday one started coming into
fashion for all classes. In fact, the English word “breakfast”
dates back to the mid-15th century when it, unsurprisingly, literally meant to break the
fast between two meals. Within a few centuries, breakfast became normalized
and there are records of it being pushed as the “most important meal of the day” going
all the way back to the early 18th century, with those who could afford such items eating
things like eggs, tea, and coffee, along with more classic breakfast items like breads,
nuts, and fruits. In fact, by the mid-18th century, certain
of the English elite even started building designated breakfast rooms. This finally brings us to the 19th century
and the more direct genesis of the sugary breakfast cereal we have today. It was in this era that many Americans were
suffering from dyspepsia, or indigestion, seemingly caused by a high protein / high
fat diet largely composed of fatty meats and not nearly enough fiber. Symptoms included upper abdominal pain and
bloating. To combat this, and other real and perceived
ailments, alternate breakfast items began popping up, generally attempting to avoid
meats and animal fats altogether. On top of this, with the industrial revolution,
breakfast became less about socializing and more about quick consumption- the factory
workers needed their caloric intake but didn’t have enough time to prepare or eat a full
sit-down meal. Enter breakfast cereals. The first modern, designated breakfast cereal
(forms of porridge aside) was invented in 1863 by a vegetarian Christian abolitionist
doctor named James Caleb Jackson. Created for his sanatorium patients as a healthy
start to the day, it was comprised of crumbled, twice baked graham flour (which is essentially
a type of non-bleached, “all-natural” finely ground whole wheat flour) and bran
(hard outer layer of the grain), he called “granula”. The end product resembled a much harder version
of modern Grape-Nuts, but with significantly larger nuggets. Jackson’s granula was reportedly so hard
that it needed to be soaked in liquid for at least 20-30 minutes before it could be
comfortably bitten into it. In the 1870s, Dr. John Kellogg ran his own
sanatorium in Battle Creek, Michigan and was known for his very strange, sometimes sadistically
abusive methods, including electrically shocking children’s genitals, applying forms of acid
to them, removal of the clitoris in females, and circumcising males- all to attempt to
prevent masturbation and sexual urges. (Interestingly, the latter male circumcision
treatment as something commonly performed in America actually hails from this era; the
modern non-Jewish / non-Islamic practice of foreskin removal was not really a thing in
the Western world until it began to be seen as a way to prevent masturbation, see: Why
Do Men Get Circumcised?). In any event, Dr. Kellogg visited Jackson’s
retreat and was most impressed with his granula. So impressed, in fact, that he ripped off
the idea, creating his own version of it made of wheat, corn, and ground oats. He uninventively called it “granula”… As a result, Jackson sued and Kellogg was
forced to rename his cereal “granola.” A few years later, a failed Battle Creek suspender
salesman named Charles W. Post partially knocked off Kellogg’s product and started selling
an exceptionally similar “granola” product he called Grape-Nuts, claiming it could make
one’s “red blood redder.” As with Jackson, Kellogg and Post both pushed
this food item as an ideal, healthy food to start the day with, setting the trend that
has continued through today for this line of product. Between Kellogg and Post, at the turn of the
20th century, Battle Creek became a battle ground for two companies that would come to
define the world of breakfast cereal. For instance, legend has it that due to a
mishap making a batch of the original version of Graham crackers (originally created by
Presbyterian minister Sylvester Graham as a way to curb sexual urges, and particularly
the urge to masturbate), John Kellogg and his brother Will invented a product they unimaginatively
dubbed “Corn Flakes”. Post was a little more flamboyant, naming
his version of the same thing “Elijah’s Manna”- meant as a striking allusion to
the biblical story about the food that saved the wandering, starving Israelites. With the famed prophet sitting on a rock and
hand feeding a raven on the front of the box, Elijah became the first cereal mascot. However, fairly quickly, religious groups
protested and Post changed the name to “Post Toasties.” Ultimately the Kellogg brothers split over
Will Kellogg’s decision to recommend adding sugar to Corn Flakes to help it sell better,
something Dr. John Kellogg found borderline blasphemous as such a thing, in his opinion,
encouraged sexual excitement. The two parted ways with Will founding the
Battle Creek Toasted Corn Flake Company, which went on to become the now billion dollar Kellogg
corporation (which besides their tasty flakes was soon to also introduce another breakfast
staple- Rice Krispies). His brother John Kellogg stuck to his original
principles and continued to dedicate his life to ridding the world of such evils as masturbation… Now, given the ladies of the house at this
time tended to be the ones who decided what the family would eat, during the first few
decades of the 20th century, cereal advertising was primarily aimed at housewives. Kellogg’s told women to wink at their grocer
and see what they got (answer: a box of Corn Flakes). Quaker Oats likewise sponsored radio dramas
and mid-day radio shows aimed at housewives. Post told moms that bringing up kids on their
cereals would help them later in life. In the late 1930s, as breakfast cereal became
more established and commonly purchased anyway, cereal companies started thinking it might
be best to skip the middlewoman, instead marketing directly to children, who presumably would
pester their mothers for which cereal they wanted. For instance, in 1936, a “Dennis the Menace”-like
character named Skippy was used to specifically market Wheaties to children. (Originally a comic strip, Skippy and his
creator, Percy Crosby, have a particularly sad story). The problem here is that children tend to
not like straight bran or wheat… but they do love sugar. In 1939, the first pre-sugared cereal was
produced, called Ranger Joe Wheat Honnies. Ironically, the product was actually an effort
by the creator to minimize how much additional sugar kids commonly put on their cereal by
including a relatively small, regulated amount already. But instead of curbing the practice of over-sugaring
cereal, it eventually resulted in the opposite, starting with Post copying Ranger Joe Wheat
Honnies with their own version called Sugar Crisp in 1949; thanks to a major breakfast
cereal producer now making such a pre-sugared product, the rest of the industry followed
suit. By the 1960s, cereal companies were devoting
approximately 90% of their advertising budgets to directly appealing to individuals of the
youthful persuasion. This is why it is so common today to have
“prizes” in the cereal box, tie-ins with movies, video games, and TV shows, and products
called Sprinkles Spangle and Ice Cream Cone Cereal. On that note, this is also why adding more
and more sugar to breakfast cereal became a thing. As for widespread claims by the manufacturers
that these cereals are “part of a complete breakfast,” technically the cereal companies
are not lying here. Unsurprisingly given that the three primary
nutrient groups, known as macronutrients, that humans need to survive are carbohydrates,
proteins, and fats, according to the American Chemical Society, a healthy breakfast should
consist of mostly carbohydrates and proteins. Shocker, I know. And, indeed, cereal, even if it’s simply
a bowl of pure sugar, constitutes carbs. So these products can indeed technically be
considered an essential part of a complete breakfast, just perhaps not an advisable one
given the vast majority are essentially candy cleverly marketed to appear nutritious, often
complete with a giant label on the side showing all the vitamins added to the product… along
with tiny recommended serving sizes that nobody even comes close to following to mask the
absolute massive number of calories and sugar most real-world servings of the products contain. But to be fair, combined with certain other
breakfast items, in extreme moderation this staple of the breakfast world could potentially
be useful if one leads a very physically active life, instead of just rolling out of bed only
to very soon after sit at a desk all day and then come home and sit on the couch until
bed time. On that note, perhaps those sedentary, wealthy
aristocrats of old were on to something in choosing to skip the morning meal. And for those who led a heavily manual labored
life, it is perhaps no surprise that some form of grain-based morning meal seems to
have been the choice people made throughout most of recorded history- easy to quickly
eat and comprised of a mix of simple and complex carbs to provide both quick and relatively
longer lasting stores of energy, all while avoiding too much protein and fat which, while
otherwise essential for life and important for things like maintaining muscle mass, might
not sit well when eating mostly that in the morning and then jumping right into hard labor. Funny enough, while you might think products
like Grape-Nuts or Corn Flakes would offer a better alternative to more sugary breakfast
cereals, at least in terms of avoiding a blood sugar spike, it should be noted that Grape-Nuts
has a glycemic index of 71. (For the uninitiated, the GI is a scale showing
the effect of a given food item on one’s blood sugar levels, with 100 being pure glucose.) This is surprisingly higher than such sugary
cereals as Fruit Loops (about 69) and Frosted Flakes (about 55). For further shocking reference, Corn Flakes
has a mean GI of about 81, and Rice Krispies are at 82, while table sugar only has a GI
of 60. That said, good nutrition is a lot more complicated
than just looking at a single number and there is definitely a place for food items high
on the GI, particularly ones that offer other benefits like lots of fiber and micronutrients. It’s just surprising how high the vast majority
of breakfast cereals, even seemingly non-sugary ones like Grape-Nuts, are on that index. In 1941, CheeriOats were introduced as a “ready-to-eat”
oat cereal. The name emphasized the main ingredient to
differentiate itself from the numerous other brands out there whose products were generally
made of things like wheat. Unfortunately for CheeriOats, Quaker Oats
took offense to the name, claiming the “Oats” part infringed on their trademark. While it is highly unlikely Quaker Oats would
have won in court, to avoid the issue altogether, the name was changed to Cheerios in 1945.
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