An outright ban on sugary food does not create healthy eating habits in children. In fact it usually backfires, steering children to sneak food and overeat.
An outright ban on sugary food does not create healthy eating habits in children. In fact it usually backfires, steering children to sneak food and overeat. Fotolia
An outright ban on sugary food does not create healthy eating habits in children. In fact it usually backfires, steering children to sneak food and overeat. Fotolia

Banning soda, sugary cereal or ice cream for your kids might not be best strategy

January 08, 2018 05:15 PM

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