Although you may have spent your child using fruit juices, experts are now urging their parents not to give fruit juices before their first birthday – and limit the amount you give to older children.
For children, the problem with fruit juices does not only lie with the high sugar content they contain, but also that such drinks lack fiber and protein, which means that children who consume too much juice may end up gaining much weight The age they have.
So what kind of breakfast is recommended for children?
For babies (less than a year): You should not donate them at all, unless your doctor recommends them.
For children ages 1 to 3 years: A quarter of a glass of juice a day, and you must use it with glass and not with bottles.
For children ages 4 to 6: Not more than a quarter of a half fruit juice a day, although whole fruit is preferred.
For children ages 7 to 18: No more than one cup a day – but nevertheless, the first choice must be fruit.