(Undated) -- Parents are tasked with finding a healthy cereal for their kids that they will actually eat for breakfast. Registered Dietitian Jennifer Willoughby says there are ways for parents to get their kids to eat healthier cereals. When you're in the cereal aisle, look for the cereal with the least amount of ingredients and the most you can pronounce. Some key words to look for are whole grains, oats, oatmeal and whole wheat. Try to avoid cereals that have corn syrup and brown sugar towards the top of the ingredients list.