Hidden sugar is found in many children’s and teens’ favorite foods. What may look like healthier choices, such as fruit-flavored drinks and low-fat pudding and yogurt, actually have high amounts of sugar. New guidelines suggest children under 2 eat no sugar so they develop a taste for healthier foods and older children limit sugary sodas and snacks.
Hidden sugar is found in many children’s and teens’ favorite foods. What may look like healthier choices, such as fruit-flavored drinks and low-fat pudding and yogurt, actually have high amounts of sugar. New guidelines suggest children under 2 eat no sugar so they develop a taste for healthier foods and older children limit sugary sodas and snacks. Mary Perez meperez@sunherald.com
Hidden sugar is found in many children’s and teens’ favorite foods. What may look like healthier choices, such as fruit-flavored drinks and low-fat pudding and yogurt, actually have high amounts of sugar. New guidelines suggest children under 2 eat no sugar so they develop a taste for healthier foods and older children limit sugary sodas and snacks. Mary Perez meperez@sunherald.com