How to cut your child's sugar intake: From creative snacks to better breakfasts - an expert reveals 6 ways to fight the sweet stuff



A new campaign from Public Health England is urging parents to limit snacks for children to two a day, and 100 calories a piece. 
The aim is to reduce kids’ sugar consumption – according to PHE data, children eat on average 10kg of sugar every year, with about half of this coming from sugary drinks and snacks.
This is definitely an important initiative, but any parent will tell you that getting little ones to swap cereal bars for celery is no easy task. 
You could explain again and again how eating too much sugar can lead to health problems like obesity and tooth decay, but that doesn’t... read more

 
12 January 2018 in Health, Views: 58
Source: Daily Mail
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