My 12-year-old son, drenched in sweat came running to me screaming (since it was very loud) “Mom, I am very thirsty. Can we buy something to drink?” The place was flooded with kids of every age group. Most of them jumping, running, and bouncing through the trampoline walls. Toddlers were trembling on their little trampolines giggling. Few parents were chatting, others were taking time to enjoy their “me” time on phone and laptops. I had promised my son and his friends to this famous trampoline place.
Passionate health fanatic mom and a professional….
Passionate health fanatic and a professional in me was all frizzled. First, in a place like this where kids are going to play their heads off and burn so many calories.… WE don’t need sugary drinks and if at all they were served, why more than triple the regular serving size? This happens everywhere, in this super-sized world of ours, we are feeding all wrong things in huge quantities to our kids.
Is the food we feed to our kids healthy?
It’s not only with soda, cakes, cookies, pastries but yogurts, cereals, cereal bars, flavored oatmeal - whatever we think as nutritious is loaded with sugar. Few years ago we heard about fat restriction and now we find out about this whole new controversy:
Few devastating Facts….
Sugary drinks make up almost half of added sugars in the average American's diet, according to the Center for Science in the Public Interest.
Let’s look at few favorites of kids:
New recommendations from the American Heart Association designed to keep kids healthy
Tips for caring moms.
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