If the first cereal ingredient is sugar, it is not part of a healthy breakfast.
In 2009. seventeen of the largest makers of breakfast cereals and fast foods pledged to self-regulate what foods and to whom it advertised those foods. Now researchers have found while technically the food companies have fulfilled their promises, 80% of all food advertisements directed at children are still for junk foods that "taste good." Maybe actual regulation would accomplish more.
PositiveTip: Educate your children and family to better understand the importance of healthy food choices.