Do you wish you could reduce the amount of sugar your kids are drinking… without a fight? Then you and your kids will love these tips to lower the amount of sugar kids drink and increase their water intake at the same time.
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Do you struggle to get your children to drink less sugar and more water? Maybe you also tend to prefer a drink that has some sweetness to it.
Around here, getting our tweens and teens to reduce their overall sugar load is an every day battle.
Kids of all ages love sugar. They crave it. They want flavor explosions.
Unless you catch them in a moment of passionate thirst, that tall glass of water often just isn’t talking to them.
Don’t get me wrong. I am not giving up training my kids to love plain water as the life-giving, thirst-quenching miracle that it is.
They have water (or milk) at meals and we all always have water bottles with us, wherever we go. Water is our go-to drink.
But I don’t want to ban all fruit juice from their lives. So I also have some tricks that I use to satisfy their desire for sweet fruit flavor while keeping their sugar intake under control.…