Main section

Fruit for kids? One a day is fine!

Fruit for kids? One a day is fine!



We are searching data for your request:

Forums and discussions:
Manuals and reference books:
Data from registers:
Wait the end of the search in all databases.
Upon completion, a link will appear to access the found materials.

Pediatricians have been calling attention to the fact that fertility can be the reason why children are getting older and more and more overweight, but according to a recent study, excessive consumption is not a problem.

Fruit for kids? One a day is fine!

"The research shows there is nothing to prove that a single dose of fruit a day is a problem, if you use 100 percent fruit juice is you, "says the research leader Dr. Brandon Auerbach, a fellow at the University of Washington.The professionals reviewed a total of eight previous research findings, and examined data from a total of 34,000 children under the age of six in the overall they did a little bit, but a year pounds less than one pound (about half a kilogram), which is not called a course. Fruit consumption by children between the ages of six and 18 years did not affect the weight. As it turned out, young children mostly like apple juice, while older children prefer orange juice. According to experts, each of these can be consumed daily in quantities, especially if you are using 100 percent fruit juices that are rich in vitamins.
- Should I give you the fruit or the leaf?
- Planted water, fruit juice