Kellogg to change ads aimed at kid shows

Kellogg has announced several products high in sugar will no longer be advertised on TV shows aimed at kids.

NewsChannel 10 spoke with a local dietician who says she thinks this will help fight obesity in children because kids tend to want what they see on TV.

Kellogg will now only market on kids shows if the product contains no more than 200 calories, zero grams of trans-fat, 230 milligrams of sodium and 12 grams of sugar per serving.

That disqualifies pop tarts, cheez its, some keebler cookies, crackers, and dozens of other products.