The Truth About Sugary Drinks
Cutting back on sugary drinks can make a big difference in your and your
children’s health. For example, one 12-ounce sugar drink a day can equal 15 pounds a year,
increasing a child’s chances for obesity and diabetes. So replace those sodas and sports-and-energy drinks – and even some fruit drinks – with unsweetened tea,
or water with lemon and real fruits instead. Take the first step
by substituting one sugary beverage a day
with a healthier choice. To get more tips like this,
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