For kids, daily juice probably won’t pack on the pounds

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An analysis of existing studies linked daily juice drinking to very small amounts of extra weight in young children. The amount was so minuscule that it probably doesn’t matter, scientists say. The studies looked at only 100 percent fruit juice, not fruit cocktail drinks.


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