Research published Oct. 27 in the journal Obesity fund that removing most of the sugar from children's diets has an immediate positive effect, even if the amount of calories and carbohydrates are maintained.
As parents, we all worry about our children's nutrition. We can't be with them all the time, so how can we help them know what is health and to eat well?
We have watched with dismay in the last 30 years as the rates of childhood obesity more than doubled in children and tripled in adolescents. Now we find there is more to this story.