America is addicted to sugar. It is in everything today, and it’s just not good. Recently, the American Heart Association issued a statement that called on all American’s to cut back on added sugars of all types. You see there is no “Recommended Daily Allowance” for sugar. However, the 2005 Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommend no more than 8 teaspoons per day (32 grams) based on a 2000 calorie per day diet. Now since kids come in different shapes and sizes, and some kids do much more physical activity than others, it is hard to say how many calories a day they should consume, but it should range from 1600-2500 per day, thus children should also be limiting their sugar intake to approximately 32 grams a day, MAX!
It has been found that the biggest contributor to our sugar intact on a daily basis is through what we drink. As it turns out soda accounts for 33% of all added sugar consumed in the US diet today. I decided to do a little more investigation into how much sugar is really in that drink. Take a look at the video, I am sure that what I found out will shock you.
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