Learn About the Amount Of Sugar In Food & Drinks We Give to Our Kids
Check out one mom’s experiment to see the amount of sugar in food & drinks marketed to us as healthy like apple juice, orange juice, sports drinks, etc. You’ll be shocked!
Watch this video to see one mom’s crusade to change how kids are eating. She points how much insidious sugars are added to our most common packaged breakfast foods, juices, and drinks.
This is a must watch to become more mindful of what we are feeding our kids. It’s so easy to fall into the trap of this is what I ate growing up, or what the other kids are all eating at school, so we sometimes forget to ask ourselves, is this truly healthy? And, what does healthy even mean?
So what to do about it?
Get tips in the video on how to pull back on sugar in food. Without your kid’s noticing!
She provides advice and tips on what to eat instead.
This video is a part of a series where I uncover insidious sugars in the foods that are marketed to us as healthy! Yes, I am not talking about cookies or candy. I’m talking about sports drinks and fruit juices.
“The Washington Post and other publications keep saying kids are eating toxic amounts of sugar. I had to see it for myself.” – Renee Seltzer
What Does Sugar Do to the Body?
I truly didn’t get what the sugar in food does to the body until recently! And, I know it can be unrealistic to go sugar-free, but sometimes we don’t realize we are taking in 20-30 teaspoons of sugar a day, which is a toxic level of sugar by eating the foods that are marketed to us as healthy. If we are more mindful, then we can pull down this amount without much sacrifice.
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Find out how sugar can impact your child’s concentration at school, energy level and how it impacts their future health.
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