We need to decrease our sugar intake

As tempting as a sweet treat may be, we need to learn to opt for a healthier snack more often than not. — Positive Parenting

Children (and even adults!) are drawn to sweet foods and drinks, hence there are many shops serving sugar-loaded drinks and foods such as bubble tea and desserts.

However, we tend to consume these excessively and frequently, which can lead to unhealthy consequences in the long run.

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