How much sugar is in your drink?

Do you know how much sugar is in kid’s drinks? We set up an investigation to find out how the amount of sugar differs between common drinks.
We found out that when it comes to healthy refreshing drinks, water is king!
Given the risk that these drinks pose to a child’s health you would expect them to be clearly marked as such, unfortunately this is not the case. It can be difficult to see which drinks to avoid, which is why you can look at this clear list that you can use to help keep your child safe from sugar.
If you want to know more visit:
http://savekidsfromsugar.co.uk/drinks/
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Sugary drinks can cause tooth decay and obesity. They can also lead to type 2 diabetes, heart disease and some cancers in the future. The Maximum Daily Allowance (MDA) shows the maximum amount of sugar that children of all ages can have to stay healthy.
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