Why money-saving meal deals are making your kids fat: Doctors hit out at 'combo' deals with high calorie sodas 

Money-saving combo meals are fueling America's childhood obesity crisis, medics claim. 
Millions of families buy special-offer deals for their children, getting a drink and food for a bargain price. 
But doctors warn the sugar content in burgers and sodas could end up costing them far more in medical bills. 
According to new research, children who eat combo meals at fast food chains that include a soda, sweetened tea or flavored milk consume 179 more calories per meal than those that eat home-made food.  
Lead author Professor Brian Elbel, of New York University, says national health... read more

7 October 2016 in Health, Views: 45
Source: Daily Mail

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