Study: Parents wrongly think sugary drinks healthy

by ParentCo. March 11, 2015

Many parents believe that drinks with high amounts of added sugar — particularly fruit drinks, sports drinks and flavored water — are "healthy" options for kids, according to the report, funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, which focuses on improving health and health care. Never mind that the most recent federal dietary guidelines recommended limiting added sugar to 10% of total calories. via USA Today: Study: Parents wrongly think sugary drinks healthy.


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