• World Health Organization calls for a BAN on added sugar in baby foods

    1 month ago - By Daily Mail

    WHO Europe said sugar is a danger for babies' teeth and could lead to obesity after analysing thousands of products and finding high levels of sugar across the board.
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  • WHO urges ban on high levels of sugar from fruit puree in baby food

    WHO urges ban on high levels of sugar from fruit puree in baby food

    1 month ago - By The Guardian

    High sugar content may be threat to first teeth and affect food preferences in adulthood Commercial baby foods contain too much sugar - even when they are labelled as savoury meals, says the World Health Organization, which is seeking a ban on added sugars in foods for children under 36 months old. WHO Europe is calling for a crackdown on the high levels of sugar in the diet of babies fed on commercially available foods, warning that their first teeth may suffer and they are at risk of developing a preference for sweet foods, which may lead to overweight and obesity-related disease in...
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