One of the most important nutrition tips out there is to get your iron. However, popular cereal brand Kellogg's has taken that tip a little too far, as they have been forced to recall millions of boxes of their Frosted Mini Wheats Cereal due to the presence of metal fragments mixed in with the food.

Want proof? Check out this video from an affected customer who was able to pick up pieces of his cereal with a magnet!

The contamination, according to the company, was caused by "faulty manufacturing parts," and will cost them upwards of $30 million to rectify. The Food and Drug Administration has released a list of affected bar codes to help consumers figure out if their cereal box has been made metallic. Personally, I would just throw mine out regardless.