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(Salt Lake Tribune)   CDC Director Ric Romero shares study that finds that kids who eat too many salty foods and are obese, develop high blood pressure just like adults. Your snowflake wants another happy meal   ( sltrib.com) divider line
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2012-09-17 06:52:56 AM  
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Heavily processed or preserved food will destroy your health. Eliminate that and you'll usually be just fine.
In other words, get off your lazy ass and prepare real food for your kids.
2012-09-17 03:34:24 AM  
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Every time I see a study or story like this, it reminds me of stories of parents who go out and sue companies like McDonald's, cause their snowflakes got fat eating their food.

I know where I live, I have seen some omfg huge children, and they're waddling along side their huge parents. If I ever have kids, I'm putting them on a strict diet, I don't ever want a child of mine to go through the hell of growing up fat and developing the health problems that go with it.

/Has parents who let him eat any food as a kid.
//Didn't learn the importance of self control and eating responsibly until it was almost too late.
///Battling chronic health problems cause of it.
////Please don't let your kids grow up like that, teach them some proper eating habits and what's healthy and what's not.
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