Experts urge Caution
Should parents allow kids to
drink drinks that contain caffeine? While there is no hard
evidence against it, experts at Baylor College of Medicine urge
"There are no established
guideline on caffeine consumption for children," says Dr.
Corinne Montandon, assistant professor of pediatrics. "But
keep in mind that drinks high in caffeine are not included in any
of the five major food groups."
And caffeine drinks are known to
"If children routinely
reach for these beverages, they often exclude nutritious foods
from their diets," Montandon says.
Baylor College of Medicine
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