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Gluten-free kids' foods loaded with sugar
by Lisa Rapaport
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23 July 2018
On 23 July 2018 Reuters reported:
Children's foods that are promoted as gluten-free tend to be lacking in nutritional value and loaded with sugar just like other packaged kids' products on grocery store shelves, a U.S. study suggests. Four in five children's snacks and treats had at least 10 percent of calories from sugars -- gluten-free or not -- the study found.
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'The problem is NOT the gluten free label per se, it is the processed foods aimed at children,' said study author Charlene Elliott, a food marketing and children's health researcher at the University of Calgary in Canada.
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