Experts have long warned that children are mostly unhealthy foods. One-fifth of children have overweight of up to seven years, one-third to the end of primary school, and the big problem is excessive protein intake.
Accordingly, a study by scientists from the University of London and the University of Oxford has shown. Even 99.9 percent of young children consume three times more protein than they need. Scientists behind this are parents who give children too many dairy products, and the British National Institute of Health advises that the youngest should not consume more than 600 ml of milk per day.
The results of the study also show that two thirds of children bring more calories than the recommended dose. And in the perspective this is a risk of high blood pressure, heart disease and type 2 diabetes.