Keeping the lid on childhood obesity: lower sugar levels in kids products

Childhood obesity is one of the most serious public health challenges of the 21st century. In children’s diets the consumption of sweet drinks and bakery products have a major contribution to the intake of added sugar. However, many products that are consumed by kids on a daily basis, and are perceived as healthy, do contain substantial amounts of added sugars.

The recommendation for children in the age of 2-18 years old is an intake of maximum 6 teaspoons (= 25 gram) added sugar per day. The current consumption for this group is ...

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