What To Look For in a Low Sugar Drink for Your Kids
Why are we so passionate about ensuring that healthy drink options are available and accessible to children? Because childhood obesity is still a huge problem in the United States. According to the CDC, from 2017-2018, youths between the ages of 2-19 had a 19.3% prevalence of obesity - which means that about 14.4 million children could be categorized as obese.
The truth is, healthy adults that lead by example are more likely to have healthier children. If as adults, we make an effort to choose healthy options like colorful fruits and vegetables, and reach for low-sugar drinks like True Lemon Strawberry Lemonade, kids will have an easier time following suit. Developing your own healthy habits will take some practice, but eventually you won’t even have to think about them. Healthy will simply feel natural.
Now that you’re working to get your own health on track, what do you look for in a low-sugar kids drink? Here are some problems (and solutions) for so-called healthy drinks for kids: