Limiting Soda In The House

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As mothers, we struggle with finding the balance in being “cool” and “not cool”. Many of us, try and stay in the pattern of never letting our children have anything that isn’t good for them. Sometimes it’s fun to give in and let our children be children and eat sugar, have a soda and eat some junk-food.

To be exact, there is twelve teaspoons of sugar in one soda. That’s the amount of sugar children should consume in one whole day. Obesity is on the rise with one in six children being overweight and one out of three children have a risk to becoming obese.


Soda contains zero nutrients, and is high in calories and sugar. Studies have proven a link between soda and childhood obesity.


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