They are literally engineered this way and companies spend billions on the process.
Everyone should read the book Salt Sugar Fat: How the Food Giants Hooked Us (2014)
Salt, Sugar, Fat is a good book about how large corporations try to get people hooked and stay hooked. Same premise as social media but seemingly a lot easier judging by how fat humans are across the globe these days. The "bliss point" is an interesting concept.
There’s a really interesting book that talks about this very subject appropriately titled “Salt, Sugar, Fat: How the Food Giants Hooked Us” by Michael Moss, if you’re interested.
Edit: Fixed link.
No, this is the reality of your food sources that somehow the capitalists have manipulated you into pretending doesn't exist.
Pretend to read this book: Salt Sugar Fat
Check out Salt Sugar Fat if you haven't read it yet. Good stuff: https://www.amazon.com/Salt-Sugar-Fat-Giants-Hooked/dp/08129...
It explains how manufacturers make clever misdirections away from sugar such as adding verbiage about "fortified with 20 essential vitamins" on the box. It's insidious because the companies are preying on parents' intentions to feed their kids something nutritious when in fact, the very opposite happens. Excess sugar is causing obesity, early diabetes, and cavities.
A healthy alternative for breakfast is slow (not instant) cooked oatmeal with no sugar added. (If the kids absolutely have to have something sweet, cutting a few slices of fruit is better than dumping sugar into it.) I've been eating that every morning for decades with no weight gain.