How Sugar Robs Your Children of Good Health by toriola1

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        Sugar addiction is related to white sugar used in various food. Sugar addiction may lead to many other
     diseases, such as asthma, diabetes disease, heart disease and many more problems. Sugar addiction is real
                                           and sugar addiction is dangerous.
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                                       How Sugar Robs Your Children of Good Health
                                                             By Angelle Batten



    Based on current research, sugar harms your children's health in many ways. Besides contributing
to diabetes and tooth decay, sugar also can suppress your child's immune system and impair his or
her defenses against infectious disease.

Once school starts, many factors contribute to the colds and flus that often contribute to our children
missing school: being exposed to lots of germs, lack of fresh air and sunshine, and the stresses that go
along with school are just a few. One often-overlooked factor is the amount of sugar in our children's
diets. Since sugar suppresses our immune systems, it is the last thing you want to give your sick child,
and limiting it for your healthy child wil help keep his or her immune system working more effectively.

Sugar also sabotages your child's health and happiness by contributing to reduced learning capacity,
drowsiness and decreased activity, learning disorders, eczema, depression, worsening symptoms of
ADHD, and it plays a factor in heart disease and cancer.

Sugar sneaks into your child's diet in many different forms. Food makers often use several types of
sugar so that it appears on the ingredient list under different names in hopes that you won't recognize
it.

Here are some of the names sugar hides behind:

- sucrose - corn syrup - high fructose corn syrup - corn syrup solids - cane-juice crystals - caramel -
carob syrup - beet sugar - brown sugar - turbinado sugar - invert sugar - confectioner's sugar -
powdered sugar - honey - molasses - buttered syrup - levulose or fructose - dextrose - glucose -
lactose - maltose - sorbitol - mannitol - malitol - xylitol - and many more.

To find out just how much sugar your child is consuming daily, try this activity with him or her. Pick out
2-3 of your child's favorite packaged foods and drinks. Have a box of sugar packets and tape on hand.
Look at the top of the Nutrition Facts section to see what a serving size is. For example, a 20-ounce
bottle of pop is actualy considered two and a half servings, or a serving of cookies is two cookies, even
though we may eat four or five. Once you and your child have determined what the serving size is, look
to see how many grams of sugar are in each serving. Divide that number by four and that is how many
sugar packets you tape to the package.

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For example, if a beverage has 16 grams of sugar per serving, then tape four packets of sugar to the
package. That is how much sugar you are getting when you drink that product.

Talk with your child to determine if he or she normally eats or drinks more than the serving size and
figure out how much sugar he or she is actually taking in. See if you can figure out how much sugar
each of you might get at a whole meal or in one day's worth of meals or snacks. Make a long chain of
sugar packets to realy see how much sugar that is. You'll be amazed at the amount of sugar your child
is consuming and can open the conversation about how all that sugar affects his or her health. Be
willing to look at your own sugar intake too!



Healthy Kids, Happy Moms http://www.nourishyourkids.com Angelle Batten, M.A., H.H.C., Mom of 3




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                                                             Obesity In Children
                                                          By Zachary Thompson



 Obesity is a condition that can shorten your life and can seriously affect you mentally and physically. It
often has its roots in childhood. Obesity in children is growing at a frighteningly fast rate. There are
more obese children now than ever before. Parents are letting their carelessness with their own diets
spill over into their children’s lives.

Here are a few points to think about when trying to prevent obesity and health problems for your
children.

Small children are normally energetic and often require snacks in-between meals. It is most important
to choose healthy snacks for your children.

Alternative snacks can include:

Vegetable snacks like carrot sticks and celery boats are a good and fun alternative to chips and “junk
food” snacks.

Fruit can be substituted for candies and sugar snacks.

Soda and sugar snacks like candy produce hyperactivity in many young children and will sow the
seeds for problems later in life. It also leads to dental problems and the beginnings of obesity. It is
good to keep these foods in check and use alternatives if possible. Sugar is a known addictive food in
that the more you eat the more you want to eat. This can quickly escalate into a serious eating problem
and can lead to obesity as the body stores excess sugar as fat.

Breakfast cereals are perhaps the biggest problems in children’s diets. Everyone is in a hurry in the
morning and it is easy to reach for the cereal packet for a quick family breakfast. However be careful of
these presweetened cereals as they give unnecessary large amounts of sugar to your child’s system
laying the grounds for sugar addiction. Now there are many alternatives to presweetened cereals.
There are many good tasting “healthy” cereals providing added fiber and less if any sugar. These are
good for your children as they will provide them with a much more nutritious breakfast and not just fill
them up with sugar and excess carbohydrates.

Fast food habits also begin when children are quite small. This is reinforced by extensive TV
advertising and propaganda for these foods. It is almost inbred in us to eat hamburgers chips and other
fast food. Children have an inborn liking for these foods and can easily become quite addicted to them.
It is wise to try to keep these foods in limit, as they are not the healthiest foods to eat, especially for
children who are growing and need nutritious foods to develop properly.

Good eating habits begin when children are very young. It can start from the time they first start to eat.
It is very important to a child’s health to start good eating habits at a young age. It is possible to lay the
foundations of good and healthy eating habits when children are still quite small. It is just a question of
educating ourselves and passing on good habits to our children. When you do this you reduce the
possibility of obesity in your children and all the mental and physical risks involved.



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Zach Thompson is a Glyconutrients Consultant. His clients range from pro athletes and actresses, to
cancer patients and children with Learning Disabilities. To learn if glyconutrients can help you, visit
http://www.myglyconutrientstore.com




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