10 Unhealthy Foods for Children
Often, children are allowed to eat more unhealthy foods, because we believe they are growing and they are getting enough exercise. But, more often than not, this is an untruth. Weight gain, lack of fitness, increasing BMI, and other conditions can affect children as often as adults.
Fast food, schools, and parents are improving their views on the importance of nutritional meals regarding unhealthy foods for children.
Let’s take a look at several foods that need to be given in moderation. None of the following foods needs to be completely avoided but closely monitored.
Largely Unhealthy Foods:
3.) Sugar Cereals – This is an empty calorie landslide with little nutritional value – some mandated vitamins are placed within, this only helps minimally.
6.) Doughnuts – Often convenience is a parent’s goal and little is more convenient than a doughnut either pre-packaged or bought from a bakery. A high-calorie breakfast with little nutritional value is the only thing found.
7.) Greasy foods – Unfortunately this could be a list in of itself; hamburgers, chicken, chicken nuggets, fish, all fried or packaged around grease to improve the taste and limit the nutritional value
What Did Not Make the List?
In your opinion – what are other foods that should have made the list. Send us a comment and let us know.