The Healthy Eats Hoax
You may think your family is eating well, but lots of so-called “healthy bites” are really junk food in disguise. Let’s analyze the evidence and expose these healthy-food hoaxes.
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Each year, the average child consumes over 85 pounds of added sugar.
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Did You Know?
By swapping your morning glass of juice with a piece of fresh fruit three mornings a week you can eliminate 975 teaspoons of sugar a year.
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  • Feb 25
  • This week, Wendy Palmer, M.S., R.D., L.D., C.H.E.S, is our guest blogger. As a registered dietitian, Wendy helps families build healthier lifestyles through the food they eat, but today she’s talking about getting your family moving.

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