beverages are emerging as a prime culprit. So now our child’s favorite drinks
might not be healthful. It is just the main source of a childhood obesity and
other hazardous diseases. As per the Disease Control and Prevention centers,
the sweetened beverages are the biggest cause of empty carbs, this extra
wasteful calories in children’s diet is responsible to expand young waistlines.
Kids intake those unwanted calories in the form of added sugars.
among adults also, sugary drinks cause many harmful effects such as health
problems like type 2 diabetes, weight gain and in some cases, heart problems. Some
research bring the fact into public knowledge that men who drink 12 or more
ounces of a sugar-sweetened beverage per day are 20 percent more likely to the
risk of heart disease than men who are desist. The American food habit includes
too much sugar. The permissible intake of sugar per day for children is 12
grams, or 3 teaspoons. While for men it will be no more than 36 grams of per
day, which is equivalent to 9 teaspoons
of sugar. And women can take no more than two-thirds of a man’s intake.
nutritionists and dietitian suggests for
milk, water, and small portions of 100 percent juice instead for sugary beverages as they are the
chief source of childhood obesity. It is
best for adults also to intake low-fat and fat-free milk, which is pure juice,
rich in calcium, and offers lots of nutrients.
the case of the drink named Hi-C. It is of course rich in vitamin C and cater
all the need of vitamin C for your kid’s
drink. However, it only consists of 10 percent real juice. A 6.75-ounce serving
have 90 calories and 25 grams of sugar, which is similar to a regular Coke.
another example of Hawaiian Punch. An Eight ounces consist of 70 calories and 17 grams of sugar. Which
merely has just 5 percent juice. This so called health drink is not also free
from this harmful preservatives and artificial additive flavors and colorings.
are healthier ways to quench a juvenile thirst. Prefer water instead of sugary
beverages. It is proved by the Institute of Medicine that kids of ages 4 to 8
should get about 5 12-ounce glasses of water per day to be healthy. However,
older kids and teens ages need to get between 5½ to 8 glasses, basing upon the
age and gender.
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