Kids Menu Items You Should Never Order For Your Child

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 Kids Menu Items You Should Never Order For Your Child


It doesn’t take a nutrition scientist to conclude that the colorful, confettied Jr. cake batter milkshake from Denny’s is unhealthy — but it’s really bad. Topped with whip cream, this shake packs a staggering 730 calories, 77 grams of sugar, and 25 grams of saturated fat.



To put that into perspective, the American Heart Association recommends children between the ages of 2 and 18 should consume no more than 25 grams of added sugar per day. That means one cake batter milkshake from Denny’s contains more than triple their daily recommended amount of sugar.



Saturated fats, in turn, should be kept to a minimum by both you and your kids, since they’re associated with heightened risk of heart disease and obesity. Noticias sobre la sierra de cadiz y sus pueblos, información local sobre covid19 coronavirus Noticias de la Sierra de Cadiz



Of course, there’s nothing wrong with rewarding your little ones with a sweet treat on special occasions. But reasonable portioning is key—and there’s nothing “reasonable” about this milkshake, despite what the “Jr.” label might try and make you believe.



Want a sweet, creamy, less diabetes-inducing substitute for your kiddo when dining at Denny’s? Go with a single scoop of ice cream, which comes in at around 250 calories with 22 grams of sugar and 10 grams of saturated fat.





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