When little ones are running around outside, playing in the pool and swinging at the park, they’re active under hot conditions.
Hot Dogs are stocked with saturated fat, which is a factor in causing heart disease, even in tiny tickers.One study found that children who eat more than 12 hot dogs per month are significantly more likely to develop childhood leukemia
Pepperoni Pizza There are saturated fats and dehydration-promoting sodium, about 700 mg per piece. Kids need only 1,000 to 1,300 mg per day.
Ice Cream Depending on the brand, a one-cup scoop of plain vanilla ice cream contains more than 400 calories and 40 grams of sugar.
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3 Surprising Summer Foods Your Child Shouldn’t Have was originally published on elev8.com