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Can give maaza,pulpyorange,tropicana kid
Hi doctor My son is 4yeaes old many kids who were around will take maaza or pulpy orange or something other brand frooti And will drink in front of him he will cry that he want tjat From past 4years none on the time I gave him Can we give these soft drinks to kids
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Make fresh fruit juice at home. Packaged soft drinks contain many harmful chemicals. If he accepts that good. Otherwise you will have to think out of the box like putting homemade fruit juice in frooti container.
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Hi, Better to avoid packed food or juices. Give fresh fruit juices
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Packaged foods, drinks and fruit juices are classified as junk foods. These are full of preservatives and trans fats. These should be avoided as much as possible- for both children and adults. Homemade fresh juices are the best.
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Avoid drinking/ buying these when the kid is around
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Homemade fruit juices would be a better alternative. Ready made juices contain a lot of additives and preservatives, including large amounts of sugar. Therefore, natural homemade fruit juice would be a better and safer option.
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