Limit Children’s Snacks to 100 Calories, Health Body Says

Public health officials in England are studying ways to cut back on children’s snacks, in an effort to get parents and kids to make healthier choices when it comes to food. According to BBC, a new campaign that issues vouchers for malt loaf (a heavy soft bread that often contains fruits like raisins), lower-sugar yogurt and drinks with no added sugar, is encouraging the movement to give kids no more than two snacks a day, totaling 100 calories each. Sugar-free jelly, low-fat cheese and...

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