Reports say that children who eat fast food have a higher intake of saturated fats (bad fats), salt, and carbonated drinks (soft drinks). This means fast foods often have high sugar and sodium content.
Moreover, kids who regularly eat fast foods often have a lower intake of healthy foods like fruits, vegetables, and milk.
And finally, we have coffee. According to reports, coffee or drinks and foods with caffeine are not recommended for school-age children. Being a stimulant means it’ll give your child artificial energy, which they have no use for.
Besides, coffee interferes with the absorption of calcium, which kids need for healthy bones.
Kids need to have a healthy appetite for nutritious foods, so it’s best to avoid or limit their consumption of processed meats, salty and sugar foods, fast foods, and caffeine.
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