Experts have long warned that children are mostly unhealthy foods. One fifth of children are overweight at the age of seven, one third by the end of the primary school year, and the big problem is excessive protein use.
Thus, a study by scientists at the University College London and Oxford University showed. Even 99.9% of young children consume three times as much protein as they need. The scientists behind this are parents who give too many dairy products to children, and the UK National Health Institute recommends the youngest person not to consume more than 600 ml of milk a day.
The results of the study also showed that two-thirds of the children bring more calories than the recommended dose. And this outlook poses a risk of high blood pressure, heart disease and type 2 diabetes.