Or any kind of sugary snack? I'm not talking cookies and soda all freakin day, I'm talking about two a day. I understand the obesity rate in children are high, but you can't stop other healthy, normal weight children from eating a cookie or two just because other kids' parents are irresponsible and stuff their children like little piggies.
So do you think giving your children snacks that might be a little sugary is wrong? Or
Asked by Anonymous at 3:27 AM on May. 23, 2010 in Food & Drink
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Answer by myheartx4 at 3:49 AM on May. 23, 2010
Here is my theory on childhood obesity. A school aged child who eats at school for meals offered such as breakfast and lunch eats 10 meals at school and eats 1 meal at home during the week. They eat 6 meals at home on the weekend, that's a total of 10 meals at school and 11 meals at home. So a child who eats only half their meals at home. Another thing is the chemicals in the food they eat wanywhere, home, school, resturants, ect. With growth hormones given to cattle and chickens we consume God knows what between eggs, milk, steak, burger meat, chicken fingers it's no wander the U.S. is at the top of the obesity list and ever noticed girls are getting their periods earlier.
Answer by Anonymous at 5:59 AM on May. 23, 2010
A good parent doesn't give junk. Junj isn't a treat it is a detriment to the body. Most people put junk on a peda stall and think its ok once in a while..I think if we view junk as treats we will always be hooked.
Answer by keyaziz at 6:27 AM on May. 23, 2010
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Answer by sunshine58103 at 8:33 AM on May. 23, 2010
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Are there any laws about this? Or anything we can do?