Here’s Why Cutting Sugar Intake Is Sweet For Your Child’s Health

Sugar is bad news, as one new study from University of California San Francisco and Touro University California researchers showed. But what actually happens to a child’s body when there’s high sugar intake and when the sweet stuff is removed from diet?
According to Dr. Jean-Marc Schwarz, senior author of the study, when sugar was taken out of the diets of the 43 child subjects, they began to heed their bodies’ satiety clues, or know when they were full or hungry. Some even felt like they were being provided so much food, wrote the authors.