Researchers looked at more than 400 foods commonly advertised to children. Of those foods, 23 percent exceeded the recommended limit for saturated fat, and 32 percent surpassed the limit for sugar.
Thirteen-year-old Natalie Giorgi lived life to the fullest despite a peanut allergy, and always paid close attention to the foods she ate. But one night, she unknowingly took a bite of a treat that contained peanut butter, and died shortly after.
You want them to eat food that can be peeled, chopped or juiced. They want something with sprinkles, sugar and enough fat to make it gooey and rich.