High consumption of sugary beverages among children is directly associated with overweight and obesity, displacement of milk consumption, and dental issues at an early age. It is recommended that children 1–6 years old consume no more than 4–6 ounces of juice per day and youth 7–18 years old consume no more than 8–12 ounces, but it would be best to eliminate all sugary drinks out of your child's diet. What they need most is good old fashion H2O! Whole milk is the single largest source of saturated fat in children’s diets. Switching to low or non-fat (1%) milk products significantly reduces dietary saturated and total fat, as well as total calories.

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