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I won't give my son sugary drinks or caffeine. I can't let him go down the same path as me. Also I hate hearing how kids have cavities at such a young age.
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Some parents are lazy it's either they forget or don't care that their kids body is still developing, I especially hate to see the bag of chips and capris at 6:30 in the morning on the train.....although for some parents it may be economical for them I see soda more on sale than all natural juices.
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Yep this is true
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Get a water bottle and just refill it. You don't have to give your child fruit juice. If you really want to add flavor then pour a few drops of juice into the water bottle.
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I'm not surprised, either. 
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Yup, studies have been linking our non-nutritional diets/bad eating habits to many behavioral problems in children today. 

I don't drink soft/fizzy drinks and plan to practice that with my own family/children. 

I really hope that offering children nutritional and well-balance meals/food will become a priority for families and schools today.

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Originally posted by Prazol60 Prazol60 wrote:

Get a water bottle and just refill it. You don't have to give your child fruit juice. If you really want to add flavor then pour a few drops of juice into the water bottle.

That sounds nasty as hell.
Water ain't supposed to be fruity.
You could always buy a juicer.
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Originally posted by FarraFace FarraFace wrote:

Whyinahell are people giving 5 year olds 4+ soft drinks in one day?

That's nothin. I've seen soft drinks put into baby bottles. Sleepy

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Originally posted by Sang Froid Sang Froid wrote:

Originally posted by Prazol60 Prazol60 wrote:

Get a water bottle and just refill it. You don't have to give your child fruit juice. If you really want to add flavor then pour a few drops of juice into the water bottle.


That sounds nasty as hell.
Water ain't supposed to be fruity.
You could always buy a juicer.


Sometimes I drink it like this.
Not bad actually.
Juice is usually too sweet anyway.
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Originally posted by Az~Maverick Az~Maverick wrote:

Originally posted by FarraFace FarraFace wrote:

Whyinahell are people giving 5 year olds 4+ soft drinks in one day?

That's nothin. I've seen soft drinks put into baby bottles. Sleepy




Same here and babies are already a C cup while chilling in a dirty a$$ stroller.
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