School Lunches: Squeeze Out the Juice

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Sending the boys back to institution signifies it’s time to start packing those lunch cartons! And “when youre doing”, bear in mind that what your children suck can affect their oral state just as much as what they eat.

The technical prove is overwhelming that sugar is the most important dietary factor in causing tooth decay, and soft drinks are the largest source of carbohydrate in numerous kids’ diets. But they’re not the only culprits: Even 100% fruit juices with no included sugar can promote tooth decay because of the sugar they naturally contain.

That’s one of the reasons why the American Academy of Pediatrics recently came out with new recommendations for children’s juice consumption, based on the latest research. Now are the new guidelines by senility 😛 TAGEND

Kids ages 7-18 should have no more than 8 ounces( 1 goblet) of liquor per era.

Children ages 4-6 should have no more than 6 ounces of liquid per daytime.

Toddlers senilities 1-3 should be limited to 4 ounces of liquid per day.

Newborns under senility 1, and children of any age with abnormal weight income, should have no juice at all.

Again, these guidelines are available to 100 percentage natural liquid with no contributed sugar.

So what cup should you pack in your child’s lunchbox? Water is the most tooth-friendly beverage of all. Low-fat or non-fat milk are also good hand-pickeds for school-aged kids.

If you have any questions about nutrition and oral state, be sure to ask your dentist. And have a happy, health school year.

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