Experts have long warned that children are unhealthy foods. One fifth of children are overweight at the end of primary school, at one-seventh and one-third, and the big problem is excessive protein intake.
Thus, research by scientists from University College and Oxford University has emerged. 99.9% of infants consume three times more protein than they need. The scientists behind it are parents who provide too much dairy products for their children, and the British National Institute of Health recommends that the youngest child should not consume more than 600 ml of milk a day.
Studies have shown that two-thirds of children bring in more calories than the recommended dose. And from this perspective, there is a risk of hypertension, heart disease and type 2 diabetes.