Les enfants consomment environ un cinquième de leurs besoins totaux en calories uniquement à partir de sucre raffiné. Si nous ajoutons à la liste des matières grasses et le reste des aliments transformés dépourvus de nutriments, cela devient un véritable cauchemar nutritionnel.

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Écrit par : Milos Pokimica on septembre 22, 2022

Examiné Médicalement Par : Dr. Xiùying Wáng, M.D.

Mise à jour octobre 1, 2023
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