Why Sugar Could Be Setting Your Children Up for a Lifetime of Health Problems
Most parents understand that soda, along with candy and sugary breakfast cereals, should be considered rare treats. But even seemingly “healthy foods” contain added sugar, which can easily tally up throughout the day. Currently, added sugar is not listed on the Nutrition Facts label—only total sugar is identified. The new Nutrition Facts Labels (released by 2018) will, however, list added sugars on the food label.
TOPFIT says: Unfortunately, most parents think that “rare treats” means once per meal or snack. Time to redefine the word “rare”.
Stop killing your children! What you choose to let your children eat today could be setting them up for a lifetime of misery.
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