Monday, January 04, 2016

Fact of the Day

Children aged between four and 10 consume 22kg in sugar every year, according to a public health campaign urging parents to take control of their offspring’s diet. The 22kg is equivalent to 5,500 sugar cubes – with soft drinks, biscuits and cakes, breakfast cereals, confectionery, fruit juices, pastries and puddings the main culprits. 

For a further analysis read: After the Sugar Rush 

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